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Chinese Constitution Maps Foreign Policy, Says deLisle 1 - 2 - 3

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Professor Jacques deLisle
Professor Jacques deLisle
Those who want to understand the evolving foreign policy in China should look to its constantly changing constitution, Penn Law professor Jacques deLisle argued at a conference last March on Constitutional Change and Foreign Policy in East Asia.

“Several recent developments show connections between the Chinese constitution and Beijing’s approach to engaging the outside world,” wrote deLisle in a paper he co-authored with professor Cheng Li of Hamilton College. “The recent flowering of constitutional discourse in China has drawn strikingly dense connections between domestic and foreign policy issues.”

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