First Half of the course - First Half of the course= domestic politics Started in the Middle East External Relations have to consider the diversity of

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First Half of the course= domestic politics - Started in the Middle East - External Relations: have to consider the diversity of China. Not just national politics but international relations w/ complex situations as a region state. Diverse in population and area. - Asia around China is not particularly unifying - Multi-regional axis - China as a global presence - China is not an up and coming United States, but it is becoming a global power and economic presence is being influential all around the world - Remain Developing - Harder to imagine what the outcome will be. Greater sense of targeting, and security concepts - Security is not seen as protecting from everyone else; universal term, and security (mutual, comprehensive) - Situation across mainland China and Republic of China on Taiwan - Relationship between identity and integration (Chinese economy is integrated into mainland china)- Taiwain- What will happen in the future, handshake between china and Singapore. = on other hand you have assumption of further distance from main land - Mental Clock of ending basic law agreement and likelihood and reconstitution and accept a date of permanent relationship with Taiwan- Impossible to know. Metaconstitutional---- dealing with 4 autonomous – acceptable to all- accept political institute. Unit an
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