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Tim Rühlig

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This article ties in with the research on an emerging “China model” as an alternative to conceptions of political order introduced and promoted by the “West”. While the term “China model” will remain of enormous political importance and is in need of further research, the emergence of a “one size fits all” model of Chinese policy making is rather unlikely. Instead of searching for such a model, social scientific research should analyze whether and how the fragmented Chinese polity is being impacted by such unitary “ideas” of a Chinese political order and vice versa.

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China, China model, Beijing Consensus, international political order, globalization, fragmentation

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