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Inside the world of Asia's Godfathers?

Studwell's book reminds readers of the importance of politics in a region where coverage is often dominated by finance and business.
As is evident in his first book titled China Dreams, StudwellÆs second book reflects his flair for the well-turned phrase, his love of history, his wit, and his insights across one of the most complicated localities on earth.

One hopes the similarities end there. Because China Dreams, for all its brilliance, was quite wrong. In that book, Studwell's central message was to avoid buying Chinese assets, and we all know now that those who shunned this advice are considerably better off.

Asian Godfathers wonÆt repeat that fate. Mainly because it is not quite as bold or opinionated as its predecessor. In some cases, itÆs not opinionated enough, such as over the causes of...
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