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China and Autocracy: Political Influence and the Limits of Global Democracy
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China and Autocracy: Political Influence and the Limits of Global Democracy

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What effect is China's successful autocracy having on global politics? Is it leading to the decline of democracy, and the rise of 'strong man' government worldwide?

China's success economically, this collection argues, is undermining the post-war consensus that 'liberal democracy is best'. In a multi-polar, Chinese-dominated world, Trump, Putin, Erdogan, and other global leaders no longer criticize China. In fact, they frequently invoke the usefulness of 'strong' and 'united' leadership. At the same time, China seeks to wear the mantle of a great power, and in doing so talks about human rights, climate change, freedom and economic liberalism.

This collection examines how China views itself and where reality meets rhetoric on trade, international relations, diplomacy, economics and social policy. The contributors expertly dissect China's autocracy, and show how a ripple effect is altering the political-model consensus around the world.

China and Autocracy: Political Influence and the Limits of Global Democracy

Author Bio

 Miao-ling Lin Hasenkamp is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Political Science, Comparative Political Systems and UNESCO-Chair of HumanRights EducationOtto-von-Guericke-University (OvGU), Magdeburg, Germany 

She received her PhD in political science, economic policies and sociology. She was a postdoctoral fellow at Essen-Duisburg University and held a lectureship at the University in Münster, Germany. 

She has also held several visiting scholarships at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing), Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and the Soochow University in Taipei.


Education
 

PhD., Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU), Germany, political science, Aug.2004

M.A., Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster (WWU), political science, June 1998

B.A., national Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, foreign languages and literature, June 1987

 

Source: Institute of Political Science, Comparative Political Systems Otto-von-Guericke-University (OvGU), Magdeburg, Germany

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