Will China Rise as a Disruptive Force? The Insiders’ Perspective

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Syllabus

  • Part 1 : China’s worldview, what makes China unique, challenges China is facing and how the country may overcome these
  • Part 2 : History of China’s development over the past 100 years, political issues that China is facing, and self-corrective mechanisms in China’s political system.
  • Part 3 : History of China’s foreign policy, how China’s diplomacy has evolved and factors that determine China’s current foreign policy strategy.

Prerequisite

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Instructors

David Daokui Li
Mansfield Freeman Chair Professor of Economics, School of Economics and Management
Tsinghua University

Wang Hui
Changjiang Professor of Literature & History, School of Humanities
Tsinghua University

Yan Xuetong
Professor of International Relations, Department of International Relations
Tsinghua University

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Tsinghua University is a Chinese university in Beijing, considered to be one of the most prestigious in the People's Republic of China. When it was founded in 1911, it was a preparatory school for students wishing to do postgraduate studies in American universities. 

In 1925, Tsinghua developed into a university and now offers four-year undergraduate degrees (bachelor's degree) and graduate degrees (master's degree and doctorate).

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