China Perspectives 2016/2 - What Kind of International Order Does China Want?

Sous titre: 

Between Reformism and Revisionism

Auteur: 

Jean-Pierre Cabestan
Françoise Nicolas
Gaye Christoffersen
Séverine Arsène
Sébastien Colin
Anthony H. F. Li
Jérôme Doyon
Eric Florence
Carine Milcent
Eric Sautedé
Émilie Tran

Titre de revue: 

Publié ici : 

27 Juin 2016

Mis à jour le : 

02 Juillet 2017

Langue de publication: 

  • Anglais

Date de publication: 

27 Juin 2016

Mots-clefs: 

  • China
  • energy
  • cybersovereignty
  • economy
  • Xi administration

Zone géographique: 

  • Asie

Support: 

  • Numérique

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