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La notion d'État dans la pensée politique chinoise et ses conséquences sur la scène internationale

Abstract : In 1992, the new stage of reform in People’s Republic of China (PRC) led to a deep evolution and a deep redefinition of the state apparatus. Chinese state seems, nowadays, to be thought more in a nationalist perspective than a socialist one. The concept of fuguo bingqiang [???? : a rich country and a strong army] seems to be the leitmotiv of reforms. But reforms also imply an inner dynamic which brings an evolution in governance. The concept of fuguo bingqiang implies the question of development. Beyond this domestic problematic, state is thought as a medium to ensure that the PRC will meet its goal of economic take-off and sustainable development and Beijing’s ambition to be a superpower
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Paul André. La notion d'État dans la pensée politique chinoise et ses conséquences sur la scène internationale. Science politique. Université Paris-Est, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009PEST1020⟩. ⟨tel-00511284⟩

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