China would do well to abandon its attempts to manage world resources: they aren't paying off.
Ian Bremmer agrees that China's international economic policies are driven by the need to soften domestic opposition.
Justin Logan is skeptical that China constitutes a grave threat in a resource-hungry world.
Dambisa Moyo sounds the alarm about China's claims to the world's natural resources.
Is the world running out of resources? And if so, will a strong government like China's rise to the top?