Qinghai and the Emergence of the West: Nationalities, Communal Interaction and National Integration

@article{Goodman2004QinghaiAT,
  title={Qinghai and the Emergence of the West: Nationalities, Communal Interaction and National Integration},
  author={David S. G. Goodman},
  journal={The China Quarterly},
  year={2004},
  volume={178},
  pages={379 - 399}
}
Qinghai is one of China's poorest provincial-level jurisdictions, least internally integrated and least integrated with the rest of the People's Republic. Its social complexity and fragile environment repeatedly created significant political and economic problems during the first half-century of the PRC, which were then exacerbated by policies that rapidly proved over-simplistic and counter-productive. Since January 2000 the PRC government's new policy initiative to develop the Western Region… 
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