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China Currents

A Journal of the China Research Center

Current Issue | 2021: Volume 20, Number 1

Editor’s Note

It is not an understatement to say that the immediate future of the world will hinge largely on how China evolves and interacts with the rest of the world, and in particular the United States. Many questions arise. How will China handle endemic corruption? What about relations with the United States and the Taiwan question? How viable is the “China model” of economic development? These questions underlie most of the articles in this edition of China Currents. For decades, corruption has characterized China’s political system. Andy Wedeman adds to his impressive body of work on…

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Chinese Sci-fi, Viruses, Politics: Three Dystopian Bodies

Introduction The last few years have been unsettling for Sino-American relations as administrations on both sides have steadily ratcheted up tensions — intentionally or unintentionally…

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