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INAF-362 Chinese Politics and Domestic Priorities
Fall for 2014-2015
TBD
This course analyzes major developments in Chinese politics and domestic priorities since 1949. It deals with significant turning points in elite politics and policy, and assesses the causes, effects, and implications of salient developments in Chinese politics and domestic priorities. Course goals include gaining a thorough understanding of variables affecting recent and current Chinese domestic politics and policy priorities, and familiarity with major competing perspectives and issues in analyzing Chinese domestic affairs. Fall.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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