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IDS Bulletin Vol. 45 Nos. 4

Introduction: China and International Development: Challenges and Opportunities

Published on 15 July 2014

In parallel to its domestic economic boom, China has also been growing as an international actor and as a ‘Rising Power’ in global development.

This introduction outlines the need for further understanding of China’s own development experience, its increasing involvement in development activities in low‐ and middle‐income countries, and its growing engagement in global governance structures. The articles highlighted contribute valuable expertise and insight from both Chinese and non‐Chinese perspectives, to map the shifting landscape of China’s engagement in global development, and contribute to mutual understanding between traditional donors and rising powers in development cooperation.

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This article comes from the IDS Bulletin 45.4 (2014) Introduction: China and International Development: Challenges and Opportunities

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Gu, J., Li, X., Bloom, G. and Zhang, X. (2014) Introduction: China and International Development: Challenges and Opportunities. IDS Bulletin 45(4): 1-5

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Jing Gu

Research Fellow, Centre Director

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Gerald Bloom

Research Fellow

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Xiulan Zhang

Senior International Associate

Xiaoyun Li

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Institute of Development Studies
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10.1111/1759-5436.12088

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