Domestic Drivers of China's Global Role
Professor Breslin will propose that despite high growth in 2009, and China's increasingly confident pursuance of international objectives, many within China remain cautious about the future, and some even pessimistic. He will discuss the long term implications of key domestic concerns, such as the viability of the 'Chinese' model and its vulnerability to events beyond its control. Will bubbles burst and debts grow? Where is the balance between national and global responsibilities; and how will these domestic concerns impact the attitude and actions of China towards the outside world?
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