Zagoria, Donald S.
March 1984
Foreign Affairs;Spring84, Vol. 62 Issue 4, p879
It's a quiet revolution to develop a new strategy and new institutions for modernizing China. A younger generation of officials is replacing the older, staid generation. The new policies will create a fundamental change in the Chinese economy.


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