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Global Powers in the 21st CenturyStrategies and Relations$
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Alexander T.J. Lennon and Amanda Kozlowski

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780262622189

Published to MIT Press Scholarship Online: August 2013

DOI: 10.7551/mitpress/9780262622189.001.0001

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China Views Globalization: Toward a New Great-Power Politics?

China Views Globalization: Toward a New Great-Power Politics?

(p.113) China Views Globalization: Toward a New Great-Power Politics?
Global Powers in the 21st Century

Yong Deng

Thomas G. Moore

The MIT Press

This chapter finds that China views globalization cautiously, realizing that this trend can create opportunities and challenges for its economic and political structures. The country has introduced several reforms in its banking systems and other economic sectors to more effectively integrate with the global economy, with benefits arising from trade links with other countries. It focuses on protecting its interests and economic supremacy in the global scenario while liberalizing its economy and building trade relationships with other nations, and has formulated specific policies to exploit globalization and realize the best advantages suitable for its economic growth and supremacy. China emphasizes the significance of the World Trade Organization, realizing that the trade regime can play a key role in fostering economic reforms and addressing the issues which prevent emerging economies from competing with leading global superpowers.

Keywords:   China, globalization, political structures, economic growth, global superpowers

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