30 Credits AUTUMN



Aims/Description: This module focuses on the latest political developments in the People's Republic of China. It starts by putting contemporary Chinese politics into historical context and introducing students to key institutions in the PRC, including the Chinese Communist Party and the state. It then focuses on important current academic debates related to Chinese politics, including the resilience of China's authoritarian political system and the implications of Xi Jinping's rise to power. This course also examines key governance challenges in China, including those related to pollution, social stability, and the economy.

Restrictions on availability: Restricted to students on the following programmes: POLT103, POLT99, POLT95, EAST113.

Staff Contact: JOHNSON THOMAS R
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Problem solving, Independent Study,
Assessment: Course work

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