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Close Encounters: How to best deal with a rising China
Description: Professor Paul Evans situates the Canadian election in a global world with a rising China and discusses what this means for Canadian voters.
Date: 17 August 2015
Author: Paul Evans
Source: Literary Review of Canada
Professor at the Liu Institute for Global Issues and the Institute of Asian Research, Paul Evans situates the Canadian election within a broader global framework and discusses the relationship between Canadian policy and relations with China, an international player in the global market. As China becomes more globally engaged than ever, Evans emphasizes the need for our dealings with this emerging superpower to be nothing short of strategic. 

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