Rivals: How the power struggle between China, India and Japan will shape our next decade

Rivals: How the power struggle between China, India and Japan will shape our next decade

by Bill Emmott (Author)

Synopsis

The world is changing, as political and economic power shift further towards Asia. In this penetrating book Bill Emmott shows the ways in which our future will be dominated not by one, but by three Asian giants - China, India and a newly resurgent Japan. How will competition between the emergent great powers in the East affect the West? What will the potential benefits, tensions and danger zones be? Emmott, former editor of the "Economist", is one of the world's most authoritative international commentators. In "Rivals" he has written the essential book for understanding how this new power game will shape the twenty-first century.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 352
Publisher: Penguin
Published: 07 May 2009

ISBN 10: 0141031409
ISBN 13: 9780141031408

Media Reviews
'Elegantly written and strong on economic analysis' - Malcolm Moore, Saturday Telegraph 'Remarkable for the clarity of its economic and historical analysis and the cogency of his arguments' - Victor Mallet, Financial Times 'Rivals is clever and concise' - Michael Sheridan, Sunday Times
Author Bio
Bill Emmott was editor of the Economist from 1993 until 2006, where he presided over a doubling of the magazine's circulation. He has written six books on Japan, and, most recently, 20:21 Vision - 20th century lessons for the 21st century, published in February 2003 by Penguin. He is a member of the President's Council of the University of Tokyo, a director of the UK-Japan 21st Century Group, and co-chairman of the Canada-Europe Roundtable for Business. He has honorary degrees from Warwick and City Universities, and is an honorary fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford.