China’s Need for Innovation

http://fili.hu/elisey/4226 Minxin Pei, professor of government at Clairmont McKenna College in California recently wrote an article “Nixon Then, China Now” explaining China’s weaknesses hindering its ability to truly compete as a world power. He argues that China’s one-party regime results in the inability to innovate and keeps it from being a true contender against the minds and ideas of the West and Japan.

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radio rencontre 93.3 fm dunkerque Since Nixon’s visit in 1972, China has emerged from its self-imposed isolation to become a rival power to dominant industrialized countries politically, economically, and militarily. It has strategically exploiting the benefits of free trade, and it is often remarked that China may soon take the place of the United States as the hegemonic power in the international system. However Pei argues that China is unprepared for deeper integration with the globalized world. [Read more…]

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