Nora Sausmikat

Nora Sausmikat
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Research based on our 2020/21 Global Coal Exit List database shows the main foreign investors and banks who finance the Chinese coal.
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From the very beginning, Bangladesh is a part of Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) Economic Corridor. Under the BCIM Economic Corridor of BRI, Bangladesh and China signed 27 Memorandum of Understandings (MOU) worth 40 billion dollars to build several large infrastructure projects including 7 coal fired power plants.Role of Chinese companies in...
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A collection of papers on Civil Society Perceptions and Engagement with the Belt and Road Initiative of China
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After finally acknowledging their mutual economic interest in each other, the European Union and China are currently discussing a bilateral investment treaty.1 This treaty could serve either to calm down the conflicts over unfair trading practices taking place between the EU and China, or add more fuel to the flames. Both regions need each other, a...
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Environmental protection had already been an issue for the Chinese government during the 1970s, but it was not until 2008 that China managed to establish its own Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) by upgrading the former State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA). Non-governmental forces for environmental protection had developed...
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Sociology and Anthropology in Twentieth-Century China: Between Universalism and Indigenism. Edited by ArifDirlik, GuannanLi, and Hsiao-peiYen. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 2012. 384 pp. $52.00 (cloth). - Volume 71 Issue 4 - Nora Sausmikat
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Der Begriff der Zivilgesellschaft wurde vor allem durch osteuropäische Intellektuelle in den frühen 1980er Jahren aufgegriffen und seither weitläufig rezipiert. Heute stellt er den Sammelbegriff für heterogene Konzepte und Definitionen dar, die je nach Disziplin unterschiedliche Schwerpunkte setzen (Hann/Dunn 1996; O’Donnel/Schmitter/Whitehead 1986...
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This paper investigates the relationship between political ideas and life stories, i.e., the influence of biographical learning on political orientation. It focuses on the political discussions among intellectuals and politicians who belong to the birth cohort of the late 1940s and early 1950s, the so called Zhiqing generation, and describes embedd...
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In the wake of political transitions in East and Southeast Asia there have been hot debates on political reform concepts among intellectuals of different countries. Just as in Eastern and Central Europe, the role of intellectual debates and of the intellectuals as an important political group have been mainly neglected when analysing the political...
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Summary For the last two years, Chinese President Hu Jintao has appealed for the proper study of Marxism, and in the years to come Premier Wen Jiabao wants to build "a new socialist landscape." The language used in the new ideological guidelines bears a strong resemblance to the rhetoric of the 1980s and may therefore seem rather outdated to some C...
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This paper analyzes the question whether or not in China structures of a civil society are emerging. It addresses the increasing separation of state and society, the society's differentiation, growing social and spatial disparities, the turn of the CCP from a class towards a people's party, the arising of new interest groups and interest organizati...

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