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Bringing Chinese scholars and political advisors and practitioners together with scholars who study China and the United States from a Western political scientific perspective, this book uncovers genuine areas of overlap between the politics of the two nations. Important topics covered include China's democratic prospects and the rise of local village elections, the role of interest groups, Chinese political and legal reforms and developments regarding intellectual property rights and environmental regulation, Western and Chinese political philosophy, and Sino-American foreign policy interactions.
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