20090401 - Late 1960s, Sino-American relations improve....

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Red Capitalists in China. Political and Social Reform, alive and walking, not running. Growing capacity of citizens and social organizations. Party responding by innovating their feedback mechanisms. Managing China's multi-ethnic diversity (with exception of Tibet and Xinjiang) seems fine. China now capable of challenging Western economic models. China's focus to go nuclear attracted attention initially.
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Unformatted text preview: Late 1960s, Sino-American relations improve. China lends its support to balance the power between Soviet and US. China: Public opinion does not have a large effect on politics. Might change in the future. Resurgent Anti-Japanese sentiments, occasional Anti-Americanism. China has aggressive resource policy. Needs oil, minerals, etc. China's agenda is domestic since US is world dominant....
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2010 for the course JMC JMC301 taught by Professor Falkenheim during the Fall '10 term at University of Toronto.

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