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Unformatted text preview: Leninist assumptions and tend to view domestic and foreign policy as part of an overall class struggle. Younger analyst emphasizing NATIONALISM view the international systems in state-centric terms. Those in foreign policy establishment want to have good Sino-American relations, despite their distrust. 2. Public Opinion in Chinese Nationalism a. Elite i. Self-strengthening; securing the best deal possible for Chinese industry. b. Public i. Reflects the desire of many people who want both the benefits of globalization and the rise of China as a major power. During times of elite discord and heightened tensions w/ the US, nationalistic views became more widespread in China. The threat of peaceful evolution was a big issue. Reliance on the international economy had weakened Chinas national industries....
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- Spring '06
- CARLSON, A