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China's Political System: Modernization and Tradition
Introduction - The Chinese Tradition - Reformers, Warlords, and Communists - The Communist Road to Power - PRC Politics Under Mao: 1949-1976 - PRC Politics Under Deng: 1976-1995 - The Politics of theExpand
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Economic Development in Tibet under the People's Republic of China
After 20 years of central government efforts that include generous state subsidies, the Tibet Autonomous Region remains China's poorest administrative unit. Growth rates over the past decade haveExpand
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Contemporary Tibet: Politics, Development and Society in a Disputed Region
List of Tables 1. Introduction: The Tibet Question in Contemporary Perspective, Barry Sautman and June Teufel Dreyer Part I. Politics and Representation 2. Beyond the Collaborator-Martyr Model:Expand
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Sino‐Japanese Relations
China's relations with Japan over the past several decades have been cyclical, with periods of relative cordiality interspersed with episodes of contention. Since 1995, however, the BeijingExpand
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The ‘Tianxia Trope’: will China change the international system?
The tianxia trope has been advanced as an organizing principle for post-Cold War international relations encompassing the rise of the People's Republic of China. The tianxia system is defined as aExpand
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Party-military relations in the PRC and Taiwan : paradoxes of control
The origin and evolution of the Political Commissar System (PCS) in China the functions and structure of the PCS the rationale and operational problems of the PCS the PCS in People's Republic ofExpand
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China and Japan: ‘Hot Economics, Cold Politics’
Abstract According to integration theory, growing economic interdependence between China and Japan should have spilled over into more cordial political relations. The opposite occurred, as summarizedExpand
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