Ref­er­ences:

China Economist - - Articles -

[1] Di­a­mond, Jared. 1999. Guns, Germs, and Steel. New York: W.

W. Nor­ton & Com­pany.

[2] Frankopan, Peter. 2015. The Silk Roads: A New His­tory of the

World. Lon­don: Blooms­bury Pub­lish­ing. [3] Fukuyama, Fran­cis. 2014. Po­lit­i­cal Or­der and Po­lit­i­cal De­cay: From the In­dus­trial Rev­o­lu­tion to the Present Day. New York: Far­rar, Straus and Giroux. [4] Gell­ner, Ernest. 2009. Na­tion and Na­tion­al­ism. NY: Ithaca,

Cor­nell Univer­sity Press.

[5] Kennedy, Paul. 1990. The Rise and Fall of the Great Pow­ers: Eco­nomic Change and Mil­i­tary Con­flict from 1500 to 2000. New York: Ran­dom House Value Pub­lish­ing. [6] McNeill, Wil­liam H. 1999. A World His­tory. Ox­ford Univer­sity Press.

[7] Spence, Jonathan Der­mot. 1991. The Search for Mod­ern

China. New York: W. W. Nor­ton Com­pany. [8] Waller­stein, Im­manuel. 1974. The Mod­ern World-Sys­tem, vol. I: Cap­i­tal­ist Agri­cul­ture and the Ori­gins of the Euro­pean World-Econ­omy in the Six­teenth Cen­tury. New York/Lon­don: Aca­demic Press. [9] --. 1982.The Mod­ern World-Sys­tem, vol. II: Mer­can­til­ism and the Con­sol­i­da­tion of the Euro­pean World-Econ­omy, 1600-1750. New York: Aca­demic Press.

[ 10]--. 1989. The Mod­ern World-Sys­tem, vol. III: The Sec­ond Great Ex­pan­sion of the Cap­i­tal­ist World-Econ­omy, 17301840's. San Diego: Aca­demic Press.

[ 11]--. 20ll. The Mod­ern World- Sys­tem, vol. IV: Cen­trist Lib­er­al­ism Tri­umphant, 1789-1914. Berke­ley: Univer­sity of Cal­i­for­nia Press [12] Wang, Gengwu. 2003. An­glo- Chi­nese En­coun­ters since 1800: War, Trade, Science and Gov­er­nance. Cam­bridge:

Cam­bridge Univer­sity Press.

[ 13]--. 2016. The Chi­nese State and the New Global His­tory.

Hong Kong: the Com­mer­cial Press.

[14] Wolf, Eric R. 1982. Europe and the Peo­ple With­out His­tory.

CA: Berke­ley & Los An­ge­les, Univer­sity of Cal­i­for­nia Press.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from China

© PressReader. All rights reserved.