There are great differences in the international study of China issues. For example, in a seminar on China, the debate can be very intense, comparable to the battle in Taiwan's Legislative Yuan. The reason is actually because of the different perspectives on China.
I introduce two main perspectives. popular database One is a China-centric perspective. The purpose of looking at the problem from this perspective is "how to promote China's rapid development?" From this perspective, there are different factions. For example, one school believes that China's rapid development is due to its reliance on the free market and the development of private property rights; another school believes that
China's rapid development is due to a strong government and correct industrial policies. The focus of this perspective is to consider how to develop China's economy, but not too concerned about the impact of this development on the world and other countries. A China-centric perspective has been mainstream since the 1970s and 1980s, when China's economy was backward.