China in Transformation publishes outstanding works of original research on, as well as translations and analyses of, the debates about China today. Critical and interdisciplinary in its outlook, the series seeks to situate China in its historical, regional, and international contexts, and to locate global trends with reference to China. As a flexible endeavor to identify longer-term problems and issues, the series is not constrained by discipline, perspective, or method. It launches a new perspective on China and the world in transformation that contributes to a growing and multifaceted scholarship.
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