China’s Resistance to Political Globalization

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Essay #: 061634
Total text length is 8,645 characters (approximately 6.0 pages).

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China’s Resistance to Political Globalization
This paper will look at the resistance to the process of political globalization in the Peoples Republic of China particularly focusing on the final decades of the last century and the early 21st century. The paper will show that the reasons for this resistance are not only due to the difference in political ideologies between the West and China but can be traced further to earlier history of China. It will also show that the mechanisms for opposition to political globalization have been included in Chinese domestic and foreign policy.
There are two major reasons for these particular choices of nation (China) and the historical timeframe. First, China has one of the fastest growing economies in...
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.....economic or trade agreements.
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