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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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**syllabus – Likely to Change!!! V. 2/21/07 Great Powers, Grand Strategies, and International Order**syllabus – Likely to Change!!! V. 2/21/07 Great Powers, Grand Strategies, and International Order
The main aim will be to understand the sources and consequences (for states and international order) of different national approaches to foreign relations
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History & PurposeHistory & Purpose
Vfw volunteer efforts. Promoting patriotism and helping veterans in need are just two of the many ways that the Auxiliary serves America's communities. The Ladies Auxiliary also has its own volunteer programs directed at va, State
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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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News releaseNews release
American History in Video provides the largest and richest online collection of video available for the study of American history
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Happy Chinese New Year! Chinese and Asian Law ResourcesHappy Chinese New Year! Chinese and Asian Law Resources
East Asian Collection & Library Staff (University of Chicago, Regenstein Library)
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Foreign Investment in China: The Cross-Cultural DilemmaForeign Investment in China: The Cross-Cultural Dilemma
Fdi as a new economic power. China’s need for capital, raw materials, high technology, and modern management skills has opened a range of opportunities for foreign investors
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הפקולטה למדעי הרוח ב. א. רב תחומי Faculty of Humanitiesהפקולטה למדעי הרוח ב. א. רב תחומי Faculty of Humanities
Benjamin I. Schwartz, The World of Thought in Ancient China, "Confucius: the Vision of the Analects"
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From the wisconsin blue book – 1962From the wisconsin blue book – 1962
Wisconsin in the Defense Program" by R. S. Kingsley, 1943 Wisconsin Blue Book, pp. 151-58; “Wis­consin Government Enrolls for War" by Edward N. Hem, 1944 Wisconsin Blue Book, pp. 75-114; and "Well Done U
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Impact of Internationalisation of Education on China’s EconomyImpact of Internationalisation of Education on China’s Economy
Ministry of Commerce and Trade of China. The study, based on data from 1978 to 2007, found that the impact of international education on the Chinese economic growth is positive
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1. Chinese economy, history and problems Chinese history1. Chinese economy, history and problems Chinese history
Asia. The Yangtze and Yellow Rivers, the third – and sixth-longest in the world, run from the Tibetan Plateau to the densely populated eastern seaboard
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By Tariqul IslamBy Tariqul Islam
Phd candidate and Researcher
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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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Reform of the Hukou System and Rural-Urban Migration in China: the Challenges AheadReform of the Hukou System and Rural-Urban Migration in China: the Challenges Ahead
China. One of its major functions is migration control and management. It contains a legal basis for keeping various kinds of records on migration, stipulates the procedures for migration
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Global Markets, Constitutional Reform and Democracy in China IntroductionGlobal Markets, Constitutional Reform and Democracy in China Introduction
Using World Bank benchmarks, China’s poverty rate has decreased from 64% in 1978 to 10% in 2004. The dramatic evolution in China’s economy has continued to develop despite worldwide recessions and without extended periods of high inflation
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