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Is the rise of china a security threat?Is the rise of china a security threat?
Military capabilities are growing, raising fears of a more assertive China that is likely to upset the established security order of East Asia. In a word, China is widely perceived as an ascending power
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Hong kong human rights monitor report on 1998 Legislative Council ElectionsHong kong human rights monitor report on 1998 Legislative Council Elections
The role of the Electoral Affairs Commission and the exclusion of international observers from polling stations
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China’s capital market and corporate governance: the promotion of the external governance mechanismChina’s capital market and corporate governance: the promotion of the external governance mechanism
Ollapse of large corporations and the consequentially profound social and economic impact have caused great concern in the community, particularly when corporate failure has resulted from mismanagement
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The Road to Pearl Harbor: The United States and East AsiaThe Road to Pearl Harbor: The United States and East Asia
Chinese government while imposing economic sanctions against Japan. Thanks at least in part to outside aid for China the Japanese offensive bogged down by the end of 1939
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Crouching beaver, hidden dragon policy Implications of Chinese Investment in Canadian Resource CompaniesCrouching beaver, hidden dragon policy Implications of Chinese Investment in Canadian Resource Companies
The Chinese government is encouraging Chinese enterprises to make investments in Canada, particularly in the field of resources exploitation”
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Written statement of alan h. Price before the U. S. China Economic and Security Review CommissionWritten statement of alan h. Price before the U. S. China Economic and Security Review Commission
United States require it to treat China as a market economy when it is not. Any decision to extend market economy treatment to China when China is not in fact a market economy would have severe negative consequences for the U
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Rough Draft 2/8/00 accidental war in theory and practiceRough Draft 2/8/00 accidental war in theory and practice
In the major works by historians on the causes of war, however, the whole idea of accidental war is either conspicuous by its absence or explicitly dismissed as conceptually confused and historically irrelevant
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“stirring … narrative power”“stirring … narrative power”
Bound by a common conviction, the fates of a woman living in Beijing and a man living in New York become inextricably linked in a story of courage and freedom…
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Industrialization: Proposed Lesson Plan for ap world History Grades 11-12Industrialization: Proposed Lesson Plan for ap world History Grades 11-12
England to industrialization in China. They will learn how internal and external factors promoted or hindered industrialization. Another important aspect of this unit is to consider the effects of industrialization on social, political
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The Realities of China Today by Martin Hart-LandsbergThe Realities of China Today by Martin Hart-Landsberg
The Chinese economy has recorded record rates of growth over an extended time period, in concert with a massive industrial transformation
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Chapter 10 Facing the Western PacificChapter 10 Facing the Western Pacific
It should be recalled that for a good part of the last century Asia was one of the key trouble spots in the world. The past 30 years have been the exception, not the rule
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China Outsmarting the West in AfricaChina Outsmarting the West in Africa
Speaking to ips during a recent visit to South Africa, Brautigam said African governments, large and small business owners, and civil society will have to remain alert to take advantage
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World History Final Exam- study GuideWorld History Final Exam- study Guide
Europeans mainly wanted to grow wealthy through trade and spread Christianity. In addition, they wanted to break the Italian trade monopoly
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Walter Russell Mead, Hamilton’s Way, World Policy Journal, Fall 1996 AbstractWalter Russell Mead, Hamilton’s Way, World Policy Journal, Fall 1996 Abstract
Us in the years between the Declaration of Independence and World War I. With us foreign policy during those years mostly successful
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