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Peaceful Development Path in China, by Yuyan Zhang, Weijiang Feng

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Summary
This book clarifies the misconceptions and misinterpretations of the Chinese Path through historical and market logic. The author begins with a historical review of Chinese institutions from their cultural origins to their modern connotations: Chinese regard unity over individualism; Chinese are more cooperative, intrapersonal and defensive than competitive, invasive and expansive. The market economy is another factor that emphasizes the importance of a peaceful environment and stable system of international institutions so as to achieve sustainable development in China. In closing, the author provides an outlook on the role and responsibility of China as a great power towards developed countries, neighbors, new economic groups and developing countries. China’s development means much to the world.--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Chapter1.The China Miracle: Facts and Process -- Chapter2.Deng Xiaoping and China’s Reform and Opening up -- Chapter3.The Chinese Dream: Rejuvenation of the Nation and the Outside World -- Chapter4.Peaceful Development: Restrictions and Challenges -- Chapter5.Creating a Future of Long-Term Peace and Common Prosperity
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (XXIX, 185 pages), 6 illustrations
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
electronic
Isbn
9789811314391

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