This Financial Times op-ed is now available in PDF format on the Foreign Policy Centre. The former Foreign Editor of Time magazine Joshua Cooper Ramo argues that “there is a new “Beijing Consensus” emerging with distinct attitudes to politics, development and the global balance of power. It is driven by a ruthless willingness to innovate, a strong belief in sovereignty and multilateralism, and a desire to accumulate the tools of “asymmetric power projection”. Its example, following the descrediting of the Washington consensus, is fast becoming a model for the developing world. ”
Thanks to Greg Walton for this link.