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The China questions
critical insights into a rising power
Verfasserangabe: edited by Jennifer Rudolph and Michael Szonyi
Jahr: 2018
Verlag: Cambridge, MA [u.a.], Harvard University Press
Mediengruppe: Buch
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VERLAGSTEXT: / Many books offer information about China, but few make sense of what is truly at stake. The questions addressed in this unique volume provide a window onto the challenges China faces today and the uncertainties its meteoric ascent on the global horizon has provoked. / In only a few decades, the most populous country on Earth has moved from relative isolation to center stage. Thirty-six of the world’s leading China experts—all affiliates of the renowned Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University—answer key questions about where this new superpower is headed and what makes its people and their leaders tick. They distill a lifetime of cutting-edge scholarship into short, accessible essays about Chinese identity, culture, environment, society, history, or policy. / Can China’s economic growth continue apace? Can China embrace the sacrifices required for a clean environment? Will Taiwan reunite with the mainland? How do the Chinese people understand their position in today’s global marketplace? How do historical setbacks and traditional values inform China’s domestic and foreign policy? Some of the essays address issues of importance to China internally, revolving around the Communist Party’s legitimacy, the end of the one-child policy, and ethnic tensions. Others focus on China’s relationship with other nations, particularly the United States. If America pulls back from its Asian commitments, how will China assert its growing strength in the Pacific region? / China has already captured the world’s attention. The China Questions takes us behind media images and popular perceptions to provide insight on fundamental issues. /
 
AUS DEM INHALT: / Introduction p. 1 / Politics / Is the Chinese Communist Regime Legitimate? p. 11 / Can Fighting Corruption Save the Party? p. 18 / Does Mao Still Matter? p. 26 / What Is the Source of Ethnic Tension in China? p. 33 / What Should We Know about Public Opinion in China? p. 43 / What Does Longevity Mean for Leadership in China? p. 51 / Can the Chinese Communist Party Learn from Chinese Emperors? p. 58 / International Relations / Will China Lead Asia? p. 67 / How Strong Are China's Armed Forces? p. 73 / What Does the Rise of China Mean for the United States? p. 81 / Is Chinese Exceptionalism Undermining China's Foreign Policy Interests? p. 90 / (When) Will Taiwan Reunify with the Mainland? p. 99 / Can China and Japan Ever Get Along? p. 110 / Economy / Can China's High Growth Continue? p. 119 / Is the Chinese Economy Headed toward a Hard Landing? p. 126 / Will Urbanization Save the Chinese Economy or Destroy It? p. 133 / Is China Keeping Its Promises on Trade? p. 141 / How Do China's New Rich Give Back? p. 148 / What Can China Teach Us about Fighting Poverty? p. 155 / Environment / Can China Address Air Pollution and Climate Change? p. 165 / Is There Environmental Awareness in China? p. 173 / Society / Why Does the End of the One-Child Policy Matter? p. 183 / How Are China and Its Middle Class Handling Aging and Mental Health? p. 191 / How Important Is Religion in China? p. 199 / Will There Be Another Dalai Lama? p. 206 / Does Law Matter in China? p. 212 / Why Do So Many Chinese Students Come to the United States? p. 219 / History and Culture / Who Is Confucius in Today's China? p. 231 / Where Did the Silk Road Come From? p. 237 / Why Do Intellectuals Matter to Chinese Politics? p. 244 / Why Do Classic Chinese Novels Matter? p. 252 / How Have Chinese Writers Imagined China's Future? p. 261 / Has Chinese Propaganda Won Hearts and Minds? p. 268 / Why Is It Still So Hard to Talk about the Cultural Revolution? p. 276 / What Is the Future of China's Past? p. 283 / How Has the Study of China Changed in the Last Sixty Years? p. 288
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VerfasserInnenangabe: edited by Jennifer Rudolph and Michael Szonyi
Jahr: 2018
Verlag: Cambridge, MA [u.a.], Harvard University Press
Systematik: GW.TS, FS.E
Interessenkreis: Englisch [Sprache]
ISBN: 978-0-674-97940-6
2. ISBN: 0-674-97940-0
Beschreibung: XI, 337 Seiten
Schlagwörter: China, Gesellschaft, Internationale Politik, Kultur, Umwelt, Wirtschaft, Sozioökonomischer Wandel, Außenpolitik, Chinesen , Internationales politisches System, Kulturphilosophie, Sein, Weltpolitik, Zivilisation, China <Volksrepublik>, Economy (eng), Internationale Beziehungen, Politische Beziehungen / Internationale Politik, Rotchina, Volksrepublik China, Wirtschaftsleben, Zhongguo, Zwischenstaatliche Beziehungen, Ökonomie <Wirtschaft>, Sozialer Wandel / Wirtschaftsentwicklung, Sozioökonomische Entwicklung, Sozioökonomisches System / Entwicklung, Sozioökonomisches System / Wandel, Wirtschaftsentwicklung / Sozialer Wandel, Alltagskultur, Gleichgewichtspolitik, Informationsgesellschaft, Jugendkultur, Kulturelle Identität, Segmentierte Gesellschaft, Stammesgesellschaft, Transnationale Politik, Volkskultur, Modernisierung
Beteiligte Personen: Rudolph, Jennifer M.; Szonyi, Michael
Sprache: Englisch
Fußnote: Literaturangaben
Mediengruppe: Buch