Pluralism from Ancient China to Contemporary Geopolitics
Based on the basic principles of Marxism, this paper proposes the idea that the mode of production determines economic governance, which in turn determines the national organizational structure. The course of world development witnesses the "market economy of agriculture and handicraft" typical in Chinese feudal society, "industrial market economy" represented by Anglo-American capitalism and eventually "financial market economy" typical in the USA. The relationship between great powers is further analyzed from the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States periods in China to the contemporary world. The paper finally points out that economic globalization and geopolitical pluralism are the principal contradictions of the world today.
【CateGory Index】： D0