China [NOOK Book]

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Cualquier intento de comprender el futuro papel de China en el mundo comienza con el reconocimiento de su historia: ningún otro país puede reivindicar una relación tan poderosa con su pasado y sus principios tradicionales, y son muy pocas las sociedades que han alcanzado una dimensión y una sofisticación comparables. Henry Kissinger fue el gran artífice de la apertura de China al mundo con su visita en 1971 como secretario de Estado, y la preparación de la que al año siguiente llevaría a cabo el presidente Nixon....
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China

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Overview

Cualquier intento de comprender el futuro papel de China en el mundo comienza con el reconocimiento de su historia: ningún otro país puede reivindicar una relación tan poderosa con su pasado y sus principios tradicionales, y son muy pocas las sociedades que han alcanzado una dimensión y una sofisticación comparables. Henry Kissinger fue el gran artífice de la apertura de China al mundo con su visita en 1971 como secretario de Estado, y la preparación de la que al año siguiente llevaría a cabo el presidente Nixon. Desde entonces, la relevancia de China en el mundo no ha dejado de crecer. Kissinger ha ayudado a configurar las relaciones de China con Occidente, y ha escrito por fin la historia de un país que conoce íntimamente. A partir de documentos históricos y de las conversaciones mantenidas con los líderes chinos durante los últimos cuarenta años, examina el modo en que China ha abordado la diplomacia, la estrategia y la negociación a lo largo de su historia, y reflexiona sobre sus consecuencias en el balance global del poder en el siglo XXI.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788499921457
  • Publisher: Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial España
  • Publication date: 2/9/2012
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: DEBATE
  • Sold by: RANDOM HOUSE MONDADORI
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2013

    The story of Spark

    (This is who i think Rustys parents would be because they never tell you in the books.) Spark crouched on on the edge of the clearing,his senses on high alert. A starling was pecking for food in the middle of the clearing,and Spark had not eaten for days. He slowly creeped up on the bird...and pounced! But as he jumped his foot hit a twig,and it snapped. The starling jumped into the air,but Spark snagged his claw in the birds feet. The starling screeched and Spark dragged the struggling bird down to the ground and bit its neck. It went limp instantly. Spark sat down and started ripping into the bird. "Wow that was really good!" Spark jumped. He turned around,his claws unsheathing. A young plump brown and white she-cat was sitting on the edge of the clearing. She was obviously a kittypet and Spark snarled. "Go back to your twolegs,kittypet." The tabby cocked her head. "Why? Living with twolegs is much more boring then living in the forest. Hi! My names Chocolate. Whats yours?" "Spark." He grunted. Chocolate looked at Spark. 'He looks very handsome.' She thought. She liked how his dark red-brown pelt stood out from the forest around them. 'But he doesnt seem very nice.' "Spark,could i stay with you for a while? Ive just left my twolegs and i dont know how to hunt yet." Chcolate asked hesitantly. Spark thought for a moment. 'She would slow me down some but when shes trained,she'll be good for getting prey. And if i get sick,i still have to eat. So ill let her stck around till shes ready to leave–or go running back to her twolegs like the little kittypet she is.' He said. "I guess you can stay." "Thank you!" Chocoate yelled. "Can we start my training right now?!"••••• 5 MOONS LATER:Chocolate groaned. She was in the middle of kitting and she felt awful. "You can do it." Spark said to her. Chocolate moaned again. Then the first kit arrived. Then the second and the third. Chocolate felt relieved. It was over. She and Spark rubbed and licked the kits. There was one tom and the others were shecats. The tom and one shecat was red like Spark but the last looked like Chocolate. "I think the brown and white one will be called Starling,because thats what you caught when we first met." Chocolate said weakly. "The red shecat is Ruby. You can name the tom Spark." Spark looked at the tom. He was suckling the strongest and was pushing his sisters away already,which meant he was the strongest. "Fire." He anounced. "His name will be Fire." And so it was that Firestar and Princess were born. And that is why Rusty always felt the call of the forest even when he was a kittypet because of his father,Spark.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 21, 2013

    Gavin

    Is locked out move to res six

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2013

    Gabriel

    Im tring sorry

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 22, 2013

    Bree

    Moved to Chian result one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2012

    Kiku

    China is interesting. I got most of my culture from here. But then i changed it to japanese culture.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2012

    Yao

    I wish to join

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2012

    Ally

    Hey guys whts up

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