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Who's in Charge? Systems of Power: China, Hardback Book

Who's in Charge? Systems of Power: China Hardback

Part of the Who's in Charge? Systems of Power series

Hardback

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China has the world's longest international land border and the largest population.

Governing a nation of this size and protecting its borders is a real challenge.

The nation is rich in natural resources and its vast population brings a huge workforce.

Rapid economic growth has seen China overtake many nations to become the world's second largest economy.

China's new status also gives it a greater voice on the global stage.

As we embark on a new era of Chinese politics, this book looks at whether China can sustain its development and asks if the international balance of power will shift.

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