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SPECIAL REPORTS

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Special Reports for "Political Science > Comparative Politics"

China: The Good, The Bad, and the Dangerous

What face will China put on its growing power in the coming century? As well as its international role, and the domestic tensions between economics and politics, THE WORLD & I examines Chinese traditions in art and medicine and the mood of its people today.
T.S. Lam/The World & I 
The People's Republic of China, with a population of 1.2 billion, is a nation no one can ignore.

Introduction
By reason of its economic vitality, military potential, and political ideology, the People's Republic of China, with an ever burgeoning ...

China at the Crossroads
How far China's leadership will press its quest for hegemony in the region will be determined by the outcome of the succession to Deng Xiaoping now under way. ...

China Since Tiananmen Square
Most young Chinese now agree that economic development, not greater democracy, is the most pressing national need. ...

Economic Liberalization vs. Political Authoritarianism
In 1979, China embarked on three pragmatically driven structural transformations of its socialist economy, a liberalization of sorts that ...

Health Before Dogma
LEAD-IN--Bold Italic U/L ...

Splendors of Chinese Art
The most comprehensive touring exhibition of Chinese art ever--450 treasures from Taiwan's National Palace Museum--offers new insights into one of the world's greatest artistic legacies. ...

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