The Long Game. By Rush Doshi. Oxford University Press; 432 pages; $27.95. To be published in Britain in September; £21.99 A S THE BIDEN administration crafts a plan for dealing with the rapid rise of an authoritarian, America-scorning China, its officials must answer two crucial questions: "What does China want?" and "What can it achieve?" Western analysts are divided. Some say that China wants a world in which the Communist Party can prosper and not feel threatened, but that it is not sure whether striving to surpass America is worth the risks. Others believe that China is intent on displacing America as the world's pre-eminent power and is fast acquiring the means to do so. In a new book, "The Long Game", Rush Doshi paints a particularly gloomy picture: China aims to achieve global supremacy by 2049, when the Communist Party hopes to celebrate 100 years in power. Mr Doshi is one of Mr Biden's advisers on China policy in the National Security Council, having been a specialist in Chinese strategy at the Brookings Institution, a think-tank in Washington. His views carry weight. Mr Doshi admits there is debate in the West not only over whether there is such a… Read full this story
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