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Editor’s Note

The enduring significance of history, culture, and perception in China’s contemporary scene is amplified by the articles in this issue of China Currents. David Blair writes about the role that historical memory plays in Chinese and U.S. strategic thinking. Arguing…

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Editor’s Note

The breathtaking scope and pace of change in China may leave the impression that the most populous nation on earth is rocketing into uncharted space, challenging ordinary notions of what can be achieved in any given time span. Yet, historical…

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Editor’s Note

Ever since Deng Xiaoping started opening China’s doors and building “socialism with Chinese characteristics” (a euphemism for authoritarian-style capitalism), it has been an article of faith in many Western quarters that China would have to adopt multi-party democracy if it…

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Editor’s Note

Examining continuity and change in China is an endlessly fascinating pastime and a theme that ties together the issues explored in this edition of China Currents. Zhenhui Xu and Lee Taylor Buckley look closely at economic issues that loom large…

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