China’s Revolution. Over the last few decades, China has experienced rapid political and economic revolution. Notably, Chinese civilization is one of the world’s earliest dating in the 6th century, with its political system being based on hereditary dynasties. However, various international forces have been revealed to have played significant role in the development of China’s modern politics and economics (Shirk 71). Much of the China’s political revolutions are considered to have developed during the Mao era, a political period when communism and bureaucracy in China erupted. China’s Revolution.
Within the Chinese context, Maoism is considered as a belief of mass mobilization.
In conclusion, it has been evident that China’s strong background in bureaucracy during Maoist era has played significant role for its current position on global matters. With China’s current economic and political arena becoming outstanding in global stage, it I evident that its struggle to take the position held by powerful nations like the US and the others from western region will soon be realized. With China becoming highly democratic, it is evident that China’s outstanding position in global matters including peace keeping and trade will enable to outcompete the most powerful states like the US among others. China’s Revolution.
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