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EAS 345H Summer 2010 Test _3 Questions

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University of Toronto Department of East Asian Studies EAS 345Y/F Summer, 2010 The Rise of Greater China Mr. Falkenheim Sample Questions, For June 17 test preparation purposes. There is no guarantee that any of these questions will appear, but some may and the format and style of test will correspond to what follows below. Questions will draw on Jacques, Chapters 9-10; Shirk, Chapters 6-9. Note : No identification questions in Test # 3. Part I: Choose two out of the following: allow 15-20 minutes each. (60%) (There will be some choice, perhaps two out of four) 1. What are the basic elements in China’s economic and political strategy in Africa? How successful have their efforts been? What are some of the constraints and challenges that face them in enlarging their influence on the continent? 2. What are the basic elements of what Jacques describes as China’s ‘multilateral’ approach to its Asian ‘backyard?’ How well has China managed Asian apprehensions over its return to a leading role in the region?
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