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The Rise and Decline of Great Powers:Route Dispute under the Background of Globalization

Author: 黄树东  著
ISBN: 9787300155272
Original Region: China
Original Language: Simplified Chinese
Publication Date: 2012
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About the Author
Huang Shudong, one of the educated urban youth working in the countryside and mountainous areas, has pursued his study in America. Since the middle of the 1990s, he has been working for America’s top financial institutions, engaging in financial investment and asset management with remarkable
achievements. During this period, he has made in-depth communications with a great many investors and scholars in the financial circle, including some Nobel Prize winners, therefore, he has a rich experience and profound understanding of investment and financial market. He has gone through
financial crisis from 2008 to 2009, after which, based on his personal experience as well as his own observation and contemplation, he wrote China, Be Alert and The Rise and Decline of Great Powers : Route Dispute under the Background of Globalization , discussing development strategy as well as social and economic problems in the course of China’s economic transition.
Key Features
This book weaves reality and history together by narration and argumentation, attempting to provide the readers with a broad perspective through which they can better understand why China chooses its current path of development and spot the absurdity and dislocation of the world’s economic system in
the coordinate system which is composed of history and reality. The book attempts to present itself in the manner of solemn reason rather than discursive emotion. Since the Renaissance, it is the national interest that stands behind violence and foreign affairs as well as wars and trades between different
European countries. It’s the national interest, rather than market rules that functions as the essence of the world’s economic system. The book advocates that the rise of China demands grand strategies, economic exchanges tend to require war consciousness and that trade strategies need to be put under the grand strategies of the state. If China wants to emerge as a great power, it has no choice but start the machine of independent development by throwing away the heavy burden of wealth drain and casting away illusions of the world’s economic system.
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