Over the past forty years, China has become a country of first-rank economic, political, and military importance. But while much of the focus on “China’s rise” has focused on its security and economic dimensions, China’s role in fundamentally global environmental, scientific, and technological issues are increasingly animating politics both within China and outside its borders. This course will examine the “China dimension” of key global scientific, technological, and environmental issues and trends. Its focus will be global rather than China-specific, and will explore the political... Read more about China, Science, Technology, and Environmental Politics
Explores the meaning and function of federalism as a form of government. Part of the Comparative Government 201 paper for the History and Politics and Politics, Philosophy, and Economics courses at the University of Oxford.