Chinese Public Opinion on China's Foreign Aid: Trade-offs or General Discontent? | U.S.-China Perception Monitor
WORLD · POLITICS · MEDIA
August 8, 202211 min read2175 words
Published: August 8, 2022  |  11 min read2175 words
International development aid is an essential component of economic statecraft. Traditionally a realm dominated by Western developed countries, the landscape of international development aid has broadened in recent years due to the rise of donors among emerging economies in the d...
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5 days ago
The article summarises a study published in the Journal of Contemporary China where the authors analyse Chinese public opinion regarding China’s foreign aid policies. The study is directly linked to, and they show graphical data to prove their arguments, as per the study.
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7 days ago
Very balanced, acknowledging the current imbalance of a true opinion of the people. Does a great job at providing context to international opinions as well as context of the poll-creators, to really balance the analysis found.
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