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Transmission Of Globalization Ideas In China And Their Influences

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Research about the impact of globalization on China's Reform and Opening-Up, especially on diplomacy, represent undoubtedly the academic embodiment of this field in China. China's Reform has proceeded under the background of globalization. Just in this sense, it can be concluded that ideas of globalization penetrate through and exert a significant influence on the whole process of China's Reform. Therefore, it is a significant task to deliberately explore the ideas of globalization and the impact it has on China's Reform, especially on China's diplomacy. This chapter firstly probes into the essence of globalization ideas, then expounds the reasons, process and approaches of transmission of globalization in China, and lastly analyzes the confusions and challenges brought by globalization on China's diplomacy.

Keywords: China; diplomacy; globalization; reform

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