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Elevate China and Other Countries

Elevate China and Other Countries

Author: Lu Yang


ISBN: 1790594979


Page: 29

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Change someone, change a family, change a country and change the world. I want kids and young adults to see this book, because it includes so much philosophy.youngers and young adults---change your speciality! Before university or during university I think you should find your true dream and have a actually thinking about the future you have. Please don't let university bacome your pain.Babies and your parents need to see it in order to get rid of something maybe happen someday in you family and parents need to learn to create a nomal and beautiful future to your babies. Education to 4-17 years old people is more and more important, so for you don't tear too much I think you should read this book and share it to your kids or your children and friends. Thank you!From this book you can also see series of China's development troubles and other countries development questions.I can tell you some good methods to solve some troubles in your many aspects.GIve you native things, save your thinking time, reading high efficiency, and learn your life.

China's Rising Research Universities

China's Rising Research Universities

Author: Robert A. Rhoads

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421414539

Category: Education

Page: 206

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Charts the intentional and accelerated rise of China's research universities by analyzing how state policy has transformed key institutions. This book addresses how state initiatives have influenced faculty life and academic culture at these campuses.

Long-Term Commitment, Trust and the Rise of Foreign Banking in China

Long-Term Commitment, Trust and the Rise of Foreign Banking in China

Author: Qing Lu

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781780632308

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 284

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The rapid growth of foreign banks has aroused a growing interest in the academic field and specifically as regards to the question of why foreign banks exist. This book aims to establish the relationship between trust as contextual knowledge capital built between the Chinese government and foreign banks and foreign banks. knowledge capital and the relationship between the former and foreign banks. long-term commitment. By investigating the development strategy of foreign banks and by examining and explaining the importance of foreign banks. long-term commitment to their development, this book has demonstrated that foreign banks established branches in China not only to follow their home-country customers in order to retain their knowledge capital but also to gain market access. Trust as contextual knowledge capital built between foreign banks and the Chinese government could assist their knowledge capital retention and their market access strategy. Foreign banks. long-term commitment could help them to achieve this contextual knowledge capital. This book thus has major implications for the development strategy of foreign banks in a government-oriented economy with a controlled banking sector. The first book covering the relationship between the governments trust and support and the rise of foreign banks in China Few studies have analysed the development of foreign banks from the standpoint of government, i.e. the supply side of the banking licence, and the relationship between the development of foreign banks and the trust built between foreign banks and the government The first book showing how some big foreign banks in China, such as HSBC, built relationship with the Chinese government

China and Multilateralism

China and Multilateralism

Author: Yuan Feng

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429627415

Category: Political Science

Page: 200

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This book thoroughly analyzes China’s political ideas regarding the international order and their reflection in China’s engagement in multilateralism. It introduces the debates and discussions that take place among Chinese intellectuals in the study of international relations as an important part of non-western international relation theories, generating reflections on the convergences and divergences between China’s political ideas and Europe-centric perspectives. With a focus specifically on China’s main bilateral and multilateral relations in its principal regions of interest – East Asia and Central Asia – the book also examines China’s relationship with the United States, Russia, and the European Union, and the One Belt One Road initiative drawing on a mixture of primary and secondary Chinese language sources, extensive interviews with Chinese officials, academics, and think tanks. This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of Chinese politics/studies, foreign policy analysis, Asian studies, and international relations.

Does "good Government" Draw Foreign Capital?



Publisher: World Bank Publications


Category: Bank Policy

Page: 39

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China is now the world's largest destination of foreign direct investment (FDI), despite assessments highlighting its institutional deficiencies. But this FDI inflow corresponds closely to predicted FDI flows into China from a model that predicts FDI inflow based on government quality indicators and controls and is estimated across a sample of other weak-institution countries. The only real discrepancy is that, if government quality is measured by constraints on executive power, China receives somewhat more FDI than the model predicts. This might reflect an underestimation of the strength of these constraints in China, a unique institutional setting for FDI operations, FDI based on expected future institutional improvements, or a unique Chinese model of development. The authors conclude that Ockham's razor disfavors the last. They also note that FDI may be elevated because Chinese institutions protect foreign firms better than domestic ones.

Global Security Watch—China

Global Security Watch—China

Author: Richard Weitz

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9780313384837

Category: Political Science

Page: 200

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This book presents a comprehensive overview of China's main foreign and defense policies, providing students, policy makers, and general readers with an up-to-date assessment of this most important country. • A chronology of events • A collection of key documents • An annotated bibliography of recommended current sources

China's Relations with Arabia and the Gulf 1949-1999

China's Relations with Arabia and the Gulf 1949-1999

Author: Mohamed Mousa Mohamed Ali Bin Huwaidin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135786892

Category: Political Science

Page: 320

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This book provides a detailed analysis of China's foreign policy towards the Gulf and Arabian peninsula region from the establishment of the People's Republic of China in 1949 to the end of the 20th century. Based on extensive original research, it looks at the relations between China and each of the countries of the region over the entire period. It demonstrates that two key factors have shaped China's foreign policy with the region - China's relations with the United States and the Soviet Union, and China's drive to increase its economic ties with the countries of the region, especially after becoming a net importer of oil in the early 1990s.

The Dragon's War

The Dragon's War

Author: Maochun Yu

Publisher: Naval Institute Press

ISBN: 9781612514376

Category: History

Page: 242

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Making full use of significant new sources in Chinese-language materials, U.S. Naval Academy professor Maochun Yu provides Western readers with the first detailed account of military and intelligence operations conducted inside China by foreign powers between 1937 and 1945. He also addresses the profound impact of these operations upon China's nationalism, wartime politics, and overall military campaigns. Arguing that operations by the USSR, the United States, Britain, and France, in particular, challenged the authority and legitimacy of the Chinese nationalist government, he illustrates how the failure of the Nationalist Government under Chiang Kai-shek to control these operations contributed to its demise following World War II. This provocative work unveils like never before the extraordinary intrigue, command and operational manipulations, international espionage, and politics surrounding military and intelligence operations in wartime China among the allies. It covers such topics as foreign military aid programs to China; the Chinese secret police's massive joint intelligence organization with the U.S. Navy; special intelligence initiatives conducted by the British, Free French, and Americans; secret British and American dealings with the Chinese Communists; America's first covert overseas military operation (the Flying Tigers); and Soviet and American military personnel in the China theater. The author points to the remarkable political and military ramifications that these operations had in China, including the inadvertent creation of conditions that allowed the rise of Communist China. With its implications on the world scene today, such an important new perspective of China during its war against Japan will appeal to a general audience as well as to students of World War II and specialists in the military and intelligence communities.

The New Realism

The New Realism

Author: Robert W. Cox

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781349253036

Category: Political Science

Page: 275

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The new realism differs from Cold War neorealism by including a broad range of non-state forces, peoples' and social movements, that challenge the exclusive dominance of states and the global economy in the making of future world order. The resurgence of civilisations brings a variety of perspectives to interpreting the present and imagining the future. Medium-term factors influence this mix of forces: the uncertainties of US policy, the fragmentation of the former Soviet Union, global social polarisation, and a new form of people-based regionalism.