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Content and Interpretation of Xi Jinping’s China Dream Concept in Contemporary China

Student: Artem Rinchinov

Supervisor: Mikhail Karpov

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: Socioeconomic and Political Development of Modern Asia (Master)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2017

This paper shows the outline of Xi Jinping’s “China Dream” concept in contemporary Chinese internal and external policy. The paper has a major purpose to reveal the impact of this concept on Chinese society. The party officials usually avoid transparency when they talking about the Dream. It was led to the situation when the “Chinese Dream” becomes a buzzword, but no one actually knows what does it means. The concept, by the way, looks more complex than just another GDP growth forecast. Accordingly it has been hypothesized, that right now China is standing before great danger of economic stagnation and political instability as the result. There is an assumption that Chinese leaders will try to use Confucian thought to legitimize own rule even in turbulent times.

Full text (added May 15, 2017)

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