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China's International Relations in Asia (Critical Issues in Modern Politics)

De (autor) Editat de Mingjiang Li, Li Mingjiang
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The startling growth of China’s economic and military power, as well as its cultural influence, is having a huge impact on the rest of the world. The key region to observe this impact is, of course, Asia and the past decade has witnessed significant and multi-faceted changes in China’s policy toward its Asian neighbours and in the relations between them. The strategic dimension of China’s approaches to Asian international relations is increasingly a focal point in the scholarly community and policy-making circles. However, views on the strategic impact of China’s rise on Asia’s political and security future are polarized, with some believing that China’s regional policy is an intentional attempt to challenge the US supremacy in Asia, or who are simply suspicious of China’s long-term regional ambitions.
Volume I of this new Routledge Major Work collection examines China’s long-term strategy in Asia, and Volume II looks at China and non-traditional security in Asia. Volume III focuses on China and Asian regionalism, while Volume IV assembles the best scholarship on the response of Asian states to the rise of China and how China’s rise and its increasing influence in the region have changed the foreign and security policy of those regional states and their domestic political economies.
China’s International Relations in Asia is fully indexed and includes a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editor, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context.
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ISBN-13: 9780415476911
ISBN-10: 0415476917
Pagini: 1618
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 3.08 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: Routledge
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Cuprins

Volume I: China and the Changing Strategic Dynamics in Asia
Part 1: China’s Regional Strategic Environment
1. Daniel Twining, ‘America’s Grand Design in Asia’, The Washington Quarterly, 2007, 30, 3, 79ߝ94.
2. Robert S. Ross, ‘Balance of Power Politics and the Rise of China: Accommodation and Balancing in East Asia’, Security Studies, 2006, 15, 3, 355ߝ95.
3. Evan S. Medeiros, ‘Strategic Hedging and the Future of Asia-Pacific Stability’, The Washington Quarterly, 2005ߝ6, 29, 1, 145ߝ67.
4. Purnendra Jain and John Bruni, ‘Japan, Australia, and the United States: Little NATO or Shadow Alliance?’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 2004, 4, 265ߝ85.
Part 2: China and Strategic Interactions in Northeast Asia
5. Christopher Twomey, ‘Explaining Chinese Foreign Policy toward North Korea: Navigating Between the Scylla and Charybdis of Proliferation and Instability’, Journal of Contemporary China, 2008, 17, 56, 401ߝ23.
6. Peter Hays Gries, ‘China’s "New Thinking" on Japan’, The China Quarterly, 2005, 184, 831ߝ50.
7. Liselotte Odgaard, ‘Chinese Northeast Asia Policies and the Tragedy of Northeast Asia’s Security Architecture’, Global Change, Peace & Security, 2008, 20, 2, 185ߝ99.
Part 3: China’s Strategic Role in Southeast Asia
8. C. P. Chung, ‘Southeast AsiaߝChina Relations: Dialectics of "Hedging" and "Counter-Hedging"’, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2004, 35ߝ53.
9. Elizabeth Economy, ‘China’s Rise in Southeast Asia: Implications for the United States’, Journal of Contemporary China, 2005, 14, 44, 409ߝ25.
10. Lawrence E. Grinter, ‘China, the United States, and Mainland Southeast Asia: Opportunism and the Limits of Power’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2006, 28, 3, 447ߝ65.
11. Evelyn Goh, ‘Great Powers and Hierarchical Order in Southeast Asia’, International Security, 2007ߝ8, 32, 3, 113ߝ57.
Part 4: China’s Strategic Involvement in South Asia
12. James R. Holmes and Toshi Yoshihara, ‘China’s Naval Ambitions in the Indian Ocean’, The Journal of Strategic Studies, 2008, 31, 3, 367ߝ94.
13. Shaun Randol, ‘How to Approach the Elephant: Chinese Perceptions of India in the Twenty-first Century’, Asian Affairs, 2008, 211ߝ26.
14. Thierry Mathou, ‘Tibet and its Neighbors: Moving toward a New Chinese Strategy in the Himalayan Region’, Asian Survey, 2005, 45, 4, 503ߝ21.
15. Sadaf Farooq, ‘Sino-American Relations in the Post Cold War Era: Implications for South Asia’, China: An International Journal, 2007, 5, 1, 78ߝ94.
Part 5: China and the Strategic Game in Central Asia
16. Kevin Sheives, ‘China Turns West: Beijing’s Contemporary Strategy Towards Central Asia’, Pacific Affairs, 2006, 79, 2, 205ߝ24.
17. Russell Ong, ‘China’s Security Interests in Central Asia’, Central Asian Survey, 2005, 24, 4, 425ߝ39.
18. Richard Weitz, ‘Averting a New Great Game in Central Asia’, The Washington Quarterly, 2006, 29, 3, 155ߝ67.
Conclusion
19. Renato Cruz De Castro, ‘Exploring the Prospect of China’s Peaceful Emergence in East Asia’, Asian Affairs, 2006, 33, 2, 85ߝ102.
Volume II: China and Non-Traditional Security in Asia
Part 6: Non-Traditional Security: the Contemporary Context
20. Joseph Y. S. Cheng, ‘Broadening the Concept of Security in East and Southeast Asia: The Impact of the Asian Financial Crisis and the September 11 Incident’, Journal of Contemporary China, 2006, 15, 46, 89ߝ111.
Part 7: China’s Energy Security
21. Charles E. Ziegler, ‘The Energy Factor in China’s Foreign Policy’, Journal of Chinese Political Science, 2006, 11, 1, 1ߝ23.
22. Joseph Y. S. Cheng, ‘A Chinese View of China’s Energy Security’, Journal of Contemporary China, 2008, 17, 55, 297ߝ317.
23. Zhang Xuegang, ‘Southeast Asia and Energy: Gateway to Stability’, China Security, 2007, 3, 2, 18ߝ35.
24. Leszek Buszynski and Iskandar Sazlan, ‘Maritime Claims and Energy Cooperation in the South China Sea’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2007, 29, 1, 143ߝ71.
25. Suisheng Zhao, ‘China’s Global Search for Energy Security: Cooperation and Competition in Asia-Pacific’, Journal of Contemporary China, 2008, 17, 55, 207ߝ27.
26. Janet Xuanli Liao, ‘Sino-Japanese Energy Security and Regional Stability: The Case of the East China Sea Gas Exploration’, East Asia, 2008, 25, 57ߝ78.
27. Timo Menniken, ‘China’s Performance in International Resource Politics: Lessons from the Mekong’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2007, 29, 1, 97ߝ120.
Part 8: China’s Economic Security
28. Wang Zhile, ‘Foreign Acquisition in China: Threat or Security?’, China Security, 2007, 3, 2, 86ߝ98.
29. Ye Fujing, ‘Financial Opening and Financial Security’, Chinese Journal of International Politics, 2007, 1, 559ߝ87.
Part 9: China and Environmental Issues
30. Alex Liebman, ‘Trickle-down Hegemony? China’s "Peaceful Rise" and Dam Building on the Mekong’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2005, 27, 2, 281ߝ304.
31. Ka Zeng and Josh Eastin, ‘International Economic Integration and Environmental Protection: The Case of China’, International Studies Quarterly, 2007, 51, 971ߝ95.
32. Joanna I. Lewis, ‘China’s Strategic Priorities in International Climate Change Negotiations’, The Washington Quarterly, 2007ߝ8, 31, 1, 155ߝ74.
33. Hongyuan Yu, ‘Knowledge and Climate Change Policy Coordination in China’, East Asia, 2004, 21, 3, 58ߝ77.
34. Ryokichi Hirono, ‘Japan’s Environmental Cooperation with China During the Last Two Decades’, Asia-Pacific Review, 2007, 14, 2, 1ߝ16.
Part 10: Social Dimensions of China’s Non-Traditional Security
35. Nicholas Thomas, ‘The Regionalization of Avian Influenza in East Asia: Responding to the Next Pandemic (?)’, Asian Survey, 2006, XLVI, 6, 917ߝ36.
36. Andrew Thompson, ‘International Security Challenges Posed by HIV/AIDS: Implications for China’, China: An International Journal, 2004, 2, 2, 287ߝ307.
37. David Kerr and Laura C. Swinton, ‘China, Xinjiang, and the Transnational Security of Central Asia’, Critical Asian Studies, 2008, 40, 1, 113ߝ42.
Volume III: China and Asian Regional Multilateralism
Part 11: Historical and Contemporary Contexts
38. Takeshi Hamashita, ‘Changing Regions and China: Historical Perspectives’, China Report, 2001, 37, 3, 333ߝ51.
39. Matsuo Watanabe, ‘Issues in Regional Integration of East Asia: Conflicting Priorities and Perceptions’, Asia-Pacific Review, 2004, 11, 2, 1ߝ17.
40. Julie Gilson, ‘Strategic Regionalism in East Asia’, Review of International Studies, 2007, 33, 145ߝ63.
Part 12: Continuity and Changes in Chinese Approach
41. Christopher R. Hughes, ‘Nationalism and Multilateralism in Chinese Foreign Policy: Implications for Southeast Asia’, The Pacific Review, 2005, 18, 1, 119ߝ35.
42. Kuik Cheng-Chwee, ‘Multilateralism in China’s ASEAN Policy: Its Evolution, Characteristics, and Aspiration’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2005, 27, 1, 102ߝ22.
43. Takeshi Yuzawa, ‘The Evolution of Preventive Diplomacy in the ASEAN Regional Forum: Problems and Prospects’, Asian Survey, 2006, 46, 5, 785ߝ804.
44. Allen Carlson, ‘Helping to Keep the Peace (Albeit Reluctantly): China’s Recent Stance on Sovereignty and Multilateral Intervention’, Pacific Affairs, 2004, 77, 1, 9ߝ27.
45. Flemming Splidsboel Hansen, ‘The Shanghai Co-operation Organization’, Asian Affairs, 2008, XXXIX, II, 217ߝ32.
Part 13: China’s Regional Economic Multilateralism
46. Kevin G. Cai, ‘The ASEAN-China Free Trade Agreement and East Asian Regional Grouping’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2003, 25, 3, 387ߝ404.
47. Donghyun Park, ‘The Prospects of the ASEANߝChina Free Trade Area (ACFTA): A Qualitative Overview’, Journal of the Asia Pacific Economy, 2007, 12, 4, 485ߝ503.
48. Stephen Hoadley and Jian Yang, ‘China’s Cross-Regional FTA Initiatives: Towards Comprehensive National Power’, Pacific Affairs, 2007, 80, 2, 327ߝ48.
49. John W. Garver, ‘Development of China’s Overland Transportation Links with Central, South-west and South Asia’, The China Quarterly, 2006, 1ߝ22.
Part 14: Greater China and East Asian Regionalism
50. David Kerr, ‘Greater China and East Asian Integration: Regionalism and Rivalry’, East Asia, 2004, 21, 1, 75ߝ92.
51. Marion Chyun-Yang Wang, ‘Greater China: Powerhouse of East Asian Regional Cooperation’, East Asia, 2004, 21, 4, 38ߝ63.
52. Dajin Peng, ‘Ethnic Chinese Business Networks and the Asia-Pacific Economic Integration’, Journal of Asian and African Studies, 2000, 35, 229ߝ50.
Part 15: China and the Prospect of East Asian Integration
53. Byung-Joon Ahn, ‘The Rise of China and the Future of East Asian Integration’, Asia-Pacific Review, 2004, 11, 2, 18ߝ35.
54. T. J. Pempel, ‘Northeast Asian Economic Integration: A Region in Flux’, Asia-Pacific Review, 2007, 14, 2, 45ߝ61.
55. Sarah Chan and Chun-Chien Kuo, ‘Trilateral Trade Relations among China, Japan and South Korea: Challenges and Prospects of Regional Economic Integration’, East Asia, 2005, 22, 1, 33ߝ50.
56. Nick Bisley, ‘East Asia’s Changing Regional Architecture: Towards an East Asian Economic Community?’, Pacific Affairs, 2007ߝ8, 80, 4, 603ߝ25.
Volume IV: East Asia Responds to a Rising China
Part 16: Contentions over Historical Memory and Identity
57. Shogo Suzuki, ‘The Importance of "Othering" in China’s National Identity: Sino-Japanese Relations as a Stage of Identity Conflicts’, The Pacific Review, 2007, 20, 1, 23ߝ47.
58. Peter Hays Gries, ‘The Koguryo Controversy, National Identity, and Sino-Korean Relations Today’, East Asia, 2005, 22, 4, 3ߝ17.
59. J. J. Suh, ‘War-like History or Diplomatic History? Contentions Over the Past and Regional Orders in Northeast Asia’, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 2007, 61, 3, 382ߝ402.
60. Martin Stuart-Fox, ‘Southeast Asia and China: The Role of History and Culture in Shaping Future Relations’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2004, 26, 1, 116ߝ39.
Part 17: Big Powers, Small Powers, Variegated Responses to China
61. Ralpha A. Cossa, ‘US Security Strategy in Asia and the Prospects for an Asian Regional Security Regime’, Asia-Pacific Review, 2005, 12, 1, 64ߝ86.
62. Tok Sow Keat, ‘Neither Friends Nor Foes: China’s Dilemmas in Managing its Japan Policy’, China: An International Journal, 2005, 3, 2, 292ߝ300.
63. Jing-dong Yuan, ‘The Dragon and the Elephant: Chinese-Indian Relations in the 21st Century’, The Washington Quarterly, 2007, 30, 3, 131ߝ44.
64. Nayan Chanda, ‘China and Cambodia: In the Mirror of History’, Asia-Pacific Review, 2002, 9, 2, 1ߝ11.
65. Busakorn Chantasasawat, ‘Burgeoning Sino-Thai Relations: Heightening Cooperation, Sustaining Economic Security’, China: An International Journal, 2006, 4, 1, 86ߝ112.
66. Alexander L. Vuving, ‘Strategy and Evolution of Vietnam’s China Policy: A Changing Mixture of Pathways’, Asian Survey, 2006, 46, 6, 805ߝ24.
67. Kuik Cheng-Chwee, ‘The Essence of Hedging: Malaysia and Singapore’s Response to a Rising China’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2008, 30, 2, 159ߝ85.
68. Alice D. Ba, ‘Who’s Socializing Whom? Complex Engagement in Sino-ASEAN Relations’, The Pacific Review, 2006, 19, 2, 157ߝ79.
Part 18: The Economic Impact of China’s Rise
69. Rajah Rasiah, ‘The Competitive Impact of China on Southeast Asia’s Labour Markets’, Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2005, 35, 4, 447ߝ70.
70. Stephen Frost, ‘Chinese Outward Direct Investment in Southeast Asia: How Big are the Flows and What Does it Mean for the Region?’, The Pacific Review, 2004, 17, 3, 323ߝ40.
71. John Ravenhill, ‘Is China an Economic Threat to Southeast Asia?’, Asian Survey, 2006, 46, 5, 653ߝ74.
72. Vivienne Wee and Chan Yuk Wah, ‘Ethnicity and Capital: Changing Relations Between China and Southeast Asia’, Journal of Contemporary Asia, 2006, 36, 3, 328ߝ49.
Part 19: China and Asia’s Emerging New Order
73. David C. Kang, ‘Getting Asia Wrong: The Need for New Analytical Frameworks’, International Security, 2003, 27, 4, 57ߝ85.
74. Denny Roy, ‘Southeast Asia and China: Balancing or Bandwagoning?’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2005, 27, 2, 305ߝ22.
75. David Camroux, ‘Asia … Whose Asia? A "Return to the Future" of a Sino-Indic Asian Community’, The Pacific Review, 2007, 20, 4, 551ߝ75.