No one wishes for China to collapse, writes Terrill. But failure is part of the country’s past. Here’s his view of what the future holds for China.
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Ross Terrill, born in Australia, came to Harvard as a graduate student, and taught there as an associate professor. China became his topic after he visited Beijing in 1964. Later, during Nixon’s summit with Mao and afterwards, he advised successive American and Australian governments on China policy. Both a United States and Australian citizen, he lives in Boston among his books, music, and loved ones.
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