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Making China Strong & The Rise of Republican Fever in the PRC

last modified Mar 18, 2014 11:21 AM
Dr Robert Weatherley, Affiliated Lecturer in Chinese Politics, has recently published a book entitled "Making China Strong: The Role of Nationalism in Chinese Thinking on Democracy and Human Rights" (Palgrave). Robert has also won the prize for best article to be published in China Information during 2013. The article is entitled "The Rise of Republican Fever in the PRC and the Implications for CCP Legitimacy" and was co-authored with Zhang Qiang.  

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