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China And The Rule Of Law In The Global Era

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Globalization is drastically altering the modes of production, lifestyles, and survival strategies of humankind and profoundly impacting the evolution of economic, political, and legal systems. In order to confront the multifarious challenges of the global era-whether they be economic, cultural, or educational or whether they be scientific, political, military, or diplomatic the chapter cultivate global awareness and insight and develop a global outlook and approach. At the same time, the fundamental issues relating to the construction of a socialist state under the rule of law must be researched and resolved against the backdrop of globalization and within the framework of globalized administration. While some consider globalization to be an economic trend, the author believes that, at the very least, globalization encompasses the following five areas: economics, public affairs, human rights, the environment, and the law.

Keywords: global era; rule of law



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