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|Enrolment modes:||(B, G)|
|Unit chair:||J Boutin|
|Note: Online teaching methods require internet access. |
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What is being referred to as the rise of China is a very complex subject. It involves the ongoing evolution of the domestic political system and economy, and in the role and impact of China in the international system. This unit examines the actors and instruments that constitute the Chinese political and foreign policy system, focusing on the determinants of contemporary trends and developments. The unit considers the impact of domestic and international structural factors that have an impact on Chinese politics and foreign policy. Finally, the unit examines the implications of China's rise in regional and global terms.
2,000 word assessment (50 %) exam (40 %) tutorial participation (10 %)
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