Table of contents for The coming China wars : where they will be fought and how they can be won / Peter Navarro.

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Author?s Comment on the Updated and Expanded Edition 
Prologue ? The China Wars 2012
Introduction to China?s ?Butterfly Effect on Steroids?
Chapter 1: The Cheating China Price? & Weapons of Mass Production
Chapter 2: The World?s Most Dangerous Counterfeit Nation & Not So Swashbuckling Pirates 
Chapter 3: ?Made Badly in China? ? The Ultimate Warning Label
Chapter 4: The ?Blood and Nukes for Oil? Wars ? The Sum of All Chinese Fears 
Chapter 5: The World?s Most Ironic Imperialist & Weapons of Mass Construction
Chapter 6: The Global Warming Wars -- Killing Us (and Them) Softly With Their Coal 
Chapter 7: The Damnable Dam & Water Wars ? Nary a (Clean) Drop to Drink 
Chapter 8: China?s Chaotic ?Wars from Within? ? The Dragon Comes Apart at the Seams
Chapter 9: Inside the World?s Biggest Prison With Yahoo the Stool Pigeon and Comrade Orwell
Chapter 10: Red Army Rising ? Turning Wal-Mart's Ploughshares Into Swords 
 
Chapter 11: The Coming China Star Wars ? Racing for the Ultimate Strategic High Ground
Chapter 12: How to Fight and Win the Coming China Wars!
About the Author
Other books by Peter Navarro
Acknowledgements
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

China -- Foreign economic relations.
China -- Foreign relations -- Forecasting.
China -- Commercial policy.
Globalization -- Economic aspects -- China.
China -- Economic policy -- 2000-.
China -- Politics and government -- 2002-.
International economic relations.