China's transformation into an imperialist power

A study of the economic, political and military aspects of China as a Great Power


By Michael Pröbsting

 

 

Contents


A study of the economic, political and military aspects of China as a Great Power


What are the criteria for an imperialist state?

 

China’s race to a world leading economy

 

China’s Monopolies


Exploitation and super-exploitation of the working class


Capital export as bond and loan capital


Capital export as Foreign Direct Investment


A note on Hong Kong’s role in Foreign Direct Investment


Where is China investing abroad?


Super-exploitation of the semi-colonies


China’s military forces


The struggle for control over the South China (or East) Sea


The approach of the Bolshevik-Communists towards possible wars involving China


Why did China’s rulers succeed in becoming imperialist where others failed?


Notes

 

 

China‘s Transformation into an imperiali
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