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Open and Closed: Security, Globalization and Techo-nationalism in the People's Republic of China (PRC)
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How does the Chinese state conceptualize strategic technology in the age of globalization? This question is of tremendous importance in the context of China’s growing international clout. This thesis seeks to provide an answer by examining Chinese technology policy through the framework of “techno-nationalism.” It does so by examining the historical foundations and underlying drivers of techno-nationalist ideology: proving
applicability to the Chinese context. In doing so it makes the case that techno-nationalist ideology is a salient factor in understanding how China’s political elite think about the development and regulation of strategic technology. It makes the case that, in spite of substantial international integration and domestic changes, core ideas about security, sovereignty and the role of the state drive China’s policy-making in a techno-nationalist direction.
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