The huge leap forward made by the Chinese economy over the past four decades as a result of market reforms and openness to the world is awe-inspiring for some and anxiety-inducing for others. Questions arise as to whether the foundations of Chinese economic success are sustainable and whether economic growth will be followed by political expansion. China makes great use of globalization and is therefore interested in its continuation. At the same time, it wants to give globalization new features, specific Chinese characteristics. This is met with the reluctance of the current global hegemon, the United States, even more so as fears arise that China may promote abroad its original political and economic system—Chinism. However, the world is still big enough to accommodate all of our systems. Potentially, not necessarily. What we need to make it happen is a proper policy, which, in the future, must also involve its better coordination at a supranational level.
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Research Article| December 01 2020
Chinism and the Future of the World
Communist and Post-Communist Studies (2020) 53 (4): 260–279.
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Grzegorz W. Kolodko; Chinism and the Future of the World. Communist and Post-Communist Studies 1 December 2020; 53 (4): 260–279. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/j.postcomstud.2020.53.4.260
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