GDBA 7104: International Environment and National Strategy

2 Credits

The course focuses on and explores the roots of global economic and political situations. International development trends, China's overall diplomacy, domestic and international views and disputes will be addressed. The course will mainly elaborate on the relationship between China and other major powers in the world such as the United States, Russia, and Japan, and the impact of the development of these relationships on economic behaviors and interactions between these markets.

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