Commentary | 15 February 2010

How the roar of China's tiger will be heard across the world

The year of the tiger began on 14 February with the Chinese lunar new year's day. In the Inquirer section of The Weekend Australian, Lowy Institute research staff described 10 ways China will shape the planet in the next 12 months.The Australian, 13-14 February 2010, Inquirer p. 2Warwick McKibbin , Malcolm Cook , Michael Fullilove , Anthony Bubalo , Rory Medcalf , Lowy Institute for International Policy , Fergus Hanson , Sam Roggeveen , Michael Wesley , Jenny Hayward-Jones

  • Warwick McKibbin
  • Malcolm Cook
  • Michael Fullilove
  • Anthony Bubalo
  • Rory Medcalf
  • Lowy Institute for International Policy
  • Fergus Hanson
  • Sam Roggeveen
  • Michael Wesley
  • Jenny Hayward-Jones

The year of the tiger began on 14 February with the Chinese lunar new year's day. In the Inquirer section of The Weekend Australian, Lowy Institute research staff described 10 ways China will shape the planet in the next 12 months.The Australian, 13-14 February 2010, Inquirer p. 2Warwick McKibbin , Malcolm Cook , Michael Fullilove , Anthony Bubalo , Rory Medcalf , Lowy Institute for International Policy , Fergus Hanson , Sam Roggeveen , Michael Wesley , Jenny Hayward-Jones

  • Warwick McKibbin
  • Malcolm Cook
  • Michael Fullilove
  • Anthony Bubalo
  • Rory Medcalf
  • Lowy Institute for International Policy
  • Fergus Hanson
  • Sam Roggeveen
  • Michael Wesley
  • Jenny Hayward-Jones