China’s strategic priorities
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Identifying the most significant new issues and problems that have arisen from China’s rapid development, this book examines the development of China’s contemporary foreign policy and international relations. In doing so, it highlights the global importance of China’s management of its own politics and economics, and demonstrates how all nation-states have a vested interest—and to varying degrees are liable—for the consequences of Chinese actions. Born of interactions between senior Chinese military, government and academic individuals and ‘western’ academics, this book identifies the most pressing issues facing China today.
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