China and Global Liberalism

@inproceedings{Hughes2002ChinaAG,
  title={China and Global Liberalism},
  author={Christopher R. Hughes},
  year={2002}
}
In recent years, some East Asian states have enjoyed rapid economic development, even though they are governed by regimes which are difficult to characterize as ‘liberal’. It has proved hard to reconcile this with the thesis that a ‘globalization of liberalism’ is occurring. Confronted by the rise of East Asian power, analysts looking at the globalization of liberalism have tended to start out by leaving caveats in their work.Then, they develop their theories through ad hoc modifications which… Expand
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