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The China of Hua Kuo-feng

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 September 2018

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Those aspects of today's China I consider basic to a proper understanding of that country now, and which I also believe will persist into the foreseeable future–possibly -to the end of the century–are the following:

  • China is now more "China" than at any time since 1949, but by no means less socialist for that.

    It is embarked on a path that will probably make it the most significant economic and politico-cultural power in the Asia/Pacific Region by the turn of the century.

    In its handling of its foreigjn relations China is moving away from some recognizable patterns of the past and developing a character tjiat will make it both easier and tougher to deal with as times goes on.

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