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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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Liberal Theories of International Relations: a primerLiberal Theories of International Relations: a primer
Moravcsik places limits on the liberal theory of international politics he wants to discuss
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The paradox of china’s post-mao reformsThe paradox of china’s post-mao reforms
Deng Xiaoping’s program of `socialism with Chinese characteristics’ began in December 1978 and it sought to combine a market economy with the centralized party-state
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The Great Chinese Revolution Stage 1: New Democratic Revolution 1911-1949The Great Chinese Revolution Stage 1: New Democratic Revolution 1911-1949
The Chinese Communist Party (ccp) emerged after the failure of the Chinese to regain their territory during the Versailles Peace Conference
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Looking inward for growthLooking inward for growth
Success will require the redistribution of the considerable rents now accruing to connections of key state owned enterprises, suggesting the potential for political resistance and the yet-avoidable possibility that China could fall into a “middle
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The rise and robustness of economic freedom in chinaThe rise and robustness of economic freedom in china
Ccp and a future path on which both economic and political freedoms are lessened. While “soft resolutions” are available, they depend on the recognition abroad that global economic performance now depends importantly on continued economic growth
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The classical period, 1000 b c. e. – 500 c e.: Uniting large regionsThe classical period, 1000 b c. e. – 500 c e.: Uniting large regions
Greek fashion, was often a result of this exchange. Syncretism was not the most common feature of the classical period, but its occurrence hinted at what would be developed more fully later
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To get rich is glorious: Rising expectations, declining control, and escalating crime in contemporary ChinaTo get rich is glorious: Rising expectations, declining control, and escalating crime in contemporary China
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology; London; Jun 1999; Xiaogang Deng; Ann Cordilia
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Information Globalization in Review: icts and the Nation-state Dynamic IntroductionInformation Globalization in Review: icts and the Nation-state Dynamic Introduction
This literature review focuses on the documented use of icts by neo-nationalist groups in support of the theory that information globalization disrupts the dynamics of the nation-state
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A comparison between Hitler and Mussolini and MaoA comparison between Hitler and Mussolini and Mao
Mutilated victory= Italy did not gain all of the land as promised in the 1915 Treaty of London e g. Colonies from the losers and Dalmatia was promised by ToL (1915) but Italy did not receive it in the Treaty of Saint Germain
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Qtr 1: Chapter Homeworks, StearnsQtr 1: Chapter Homeworks, Stearns
Chapter 7, Abbasid Decline and the Spread of Islamic Civilization, pages 145-169, Terms & Questions
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Testing the Waters: Chinese and European Encounters During the 17th and 18th CenturiesTesting the Waters: Chinese and European Encounters During the 17th and 18th Centuries
Their way to China in hopes of generating trade and spreading the Christian religion. They were greeted with a mixture of curiosity and caution, and allowed a very limited access to the empire
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Undergraduate Course Descriptions (incl. 400-level) Graduate Seminar Descriptions Medieval Studies Major & Minor RequirementsUndergraduate Course Descriptions (incl. 400-level) Graduate Seminar Descriptions Medieval Studies Major & Minor Requirements
Note: For Cross-listed courses the crn is that for mdvl; the crn for other Departments will differ
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