Oneworld defends upcoming Beijing book against legal objections from pro-China body

Oneworld defends upcoming Beijing book against legal objections from pro-China body

Publisher Oneworld has said it has made a "robust" response to legal objections from the 48 Group Club concerning its forthcoming book Hidden Hand: How the Chinese Communist Party is Reshaping the World by Australian academic Clive Hamilton and Mareike Ohlberg of the German Marshall Fund.

The 48 Group Club is a body that advocates forging stronger UK ties and trade with China, and includes former Conservative deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine as a member.

Hidden Hand is described by the publisher as a "landmark study" which combines "meticulous research with unique insights". Oneworld ...

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