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Modern China

By: Mitter, Rana.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Edition: Second edition.Description: 150p.ISBN: 9780198753704.Subject(s): Civilization | Economic history | Manners and customs | Politics and governmentDDC classification: 951.05 Summary: "China today is never out of the news, with stories about international finance, population, and human rights controversies. From the contrast between its ancient heritage and emerging identity to the Chinese 'economic miracle', this Very Short Introduction addresses the themes, developments, and contradictions that have shaped Modern China. In this new edition Rana Mitter provides a contemporary view of the world's most populous nation, considering China's changing foreign policy, and its unique engagement with the internet. Giving an integrated picture of modern Chinese society, Mitter also addresses China's current global position, and analyses the country's growth in international significance"--Front flap.
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951.05 MIT/M (Browse shelf) Available 45675

Previous edition: 2008.

"China today is never out of the news, with stories about international finance, population, and human rights controversies. From the contrast between its ancient heritage and emerging identity to the Chinese 'economic miracle', this Very Short Introduction addresses the themes, developments, and contradictions that have shaped Modern China. In this new edition Rana Mitter provides a contemporary view of the world's most populous nation, considering China's changing foreign policy, and its unique engagement with the internet. Giving an integrated picture of modern Chinese society, Mitter also addresses China's current global position, and analyses the country's growth in international significance"--Front flap.

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