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International Relations of China (SAGE Library of International Relations)

Editat de Shaun Breslin, Carla Park Freeman, Simon Shen
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To say that the rise of China has captured the popular attention is something of an understatement. Hardly a day goes by without the publication of a new study that confidently predicts China’s future – be that a focus on internal challenges and potential collapse, or China’s rise to inevitable global dominance. The aim of this eight-volume collection is to provide, in a single resource, an overarching view of the totality of China’s place in the world.
 In this new major work, the international team of editors have created a carefully balanced collection of seminal publications from leading scholars from both inside and outside of China, introduced by a newly-written chapter contextualizing the diverse perspectives on China’s changing global role they represent.
Volume One: Theoretical Perspectives
Volume Two: Making Foreign Policy
Volume Three: China and “Traditional” Partners – the Developed World and (South)East Asia
Volume Four: China and the Developing World
Volume Five: National Security and Territorial Issues
Volume Six: China and the Global Economy
Volume Seven: Global Governance
Volume Eight: China Challenges and Global Issues
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781446273456
ISBN-10: 1446273458
Pagini: 2376
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 243 mm
Greutate: 0.01 kg
Ediția: Eight-Volume Set
Editura: SAGE Publications
Colecția Sage Publications Ltd
Seria SAGE Library of International Relations

Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Cuprins

VOLUME ONE: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES
China and the US: Comparable Cases of ‘Peaceful Rise’? - Barry Buzan and Michael Cox
The Development of International Relations Theory in China - Qin Yaqing
The Tragedy of Offensive Realism: Classical Realism and the Rise of China - Jonathan Kirshner
Will China’s Rise Lead to War? - Charles Glaser
The Rise of Chinese Exceptionalism in International Relations - Feng Zhang
Invocations of Chinese Traditions in International Relations - Gilbert Rozman
Is China Becoming More Aggressive? A Neoclassical Realist Analysis - Camilla Sørensen
China in the North Korean Nuclear Crises: ‘Interest’ and ‘Identity’ in Foreign Behaviour - Hochul Lee
Extract from The China Wave: Rise of a Civilizational State - Zhang Weiwei
The Power Strategy of Chinese Foreign Policy: Bringing Theoretical and Comparative Studies Together - Chen Zhimin and Chang Lulu
The Rise of China in Chinese Eyes - Yan Xuetong
International Relations Studies in China: History, Trends, and Prospects - David Shambaugh
China's Search for a Grand Strategy: A Rising Great Power Finds Its Way - Wang Jisi
VOLUME TWO: MAKING FOREIGN POLICY
China’s Global Activism: Strategy, Drivers, and Tools - Phillip Saunders
Personality, Ideology and Decisionmaking - Michael Hunt
The Operational Code of Mao Zedong: Defensive or Offensive Realist? - Huiyun Feng
China’s Foreign- and Security-Policy Decision-Making Processes under Hu Jintao - Jean-Pierre Cabestan
The Central Leadership, Supraministry  Coordinating Bodies, State Council ministries, and Party Departments - Lu Ning
China's “Quiet Diplomacy”: The International Department of the  Chinese Communist Party - David Shambaugh
China’s Assertive Behaviour – Part Three: The Role of the Military in Foreign Policy - Michael Swaine
Beyond Spy vs Spy: The Analytic Challenge of Understanding Chinese Intelligence Services - Peter Mattis
Domestic Institutional Constraints on China's Leadership in East Asian Economic Cooperation Mechanisms - Margaret Pearson
Redefining Foreign Policy Impulses toward Africa: The Roles of the MFA, the MOFCOM and China Exim Bank - Lucy Corkin
China’s Foreign and Security Policy for Its Territorial Periphery - Carla Freeman and Drew Thompson
Changing Media, Changing Foreign Policy in China - Susan Shirk
China’s New Think Tanks: Where Officials, Entrepreneurs, and Scholars Interact - Cheng Li
Foreign Policy Implications of Chinese Nationalism Revisited: The Strident Turn -  Suisheng Zhao
VOLUME THREE: CHINA AND “TRADITIONAL” PARTNERS – THE DEVELOPED WORLD AND (SOUTH)EAST ASIA
The Rise of China and the Future of the West: Can the Liberal System Survive? - G. John Ikenberry
The Gathering Storm: China’s Challenge to US Power in Asia - John Mearscheimer
China-Japan Relations in the Post-Koizumi Era: A Brightening Half-Decade? - Chien-Peng Chung
China's 'Two Koreas' Policy: Achievements and Contradictions - David Hundt
Understanding China’s Regional Rise: Interpretations, Identities and Implications - Shaun Breslin
The Sino- Russia Strategic Partnership. How Close? Where To? - Gilbert Rozman
Politics of Accommodation of the Rise of China: The case of Australia - Baogang He
The Shifting Triangle: Sino–Japanese–American Relations in Stressful Times - June Teufel Dreyer
Multipolarity, Multilateralism and Beyond…? EU – China Understandings the International System - David A. Scott
A Power Audit of EU China Relations: Executive Summary - John Fox and Francoise Godement
G2 in G20: China, the United States and the World after the Global Financial Crisis - Geoffrey Garrett
Patriotism, Nationalism and China’s US Policy: Structures and Consequences of Chinese National Identity - Peter Hays Gries, Qingmin Zhang, H. Michael Crowson and Huajian Cai
Who's Socializing Whom? Complex Engagement in Sino-ASEAN Relations - Alice D. Ba
VOLUME FOUR: CHINA AND THE DEVELOPING WORLD (INCLUDING DEVELOPING ASIA)
China and the Developing World - Lowell Dittmer
Waltzing with Goliath: Philippines-China Engagement in Uncharted Waters - Aileen San Pablo-Baviera
Myanmar in Contemporary Chinese Foreign Policy - Robert Sutter
Central Asia-China Relations and Their Relative Weight in Chinese Foreign Policy -  Jean-Pierre Cabestan
India in China’s Foreign Policy - G. Venkat Raman
Exploring the Neglected Constraints on Chindia: Analysing the Online Chinese Perception of India and Its Interaction with China’s Indian Policy - Simon Shen
Is China Playing a Dual Game in Iran? - John Garver
From the Arab Spring to the Chinese Winter: The Institutional Sources of Authoritarian Vulnerability and Resilience in Egypt, Tunisia, and China - Steve Hess
Sino-Turkish Strategic Partnership: Prudent Hedging or Irreversible Shift? - Atul Kumar
Chinese Development Aid in Africa: What, Where, Why, and How Much? - Deborah Brautigam
Harmony and Discord in China’s Africa Strategy: Some Implications for Foreign Policy - Chris Alden and Christopher Hughes
China Matters: China’s Economic Impact in Latin America - Kevin Gallagher and Roberto Porzecanski
China, United States and Hegemonic Challenge in Latin America: An Overview and Some Lessons from Previous Instances of Hegemonic Challenge in the Region - Gonzalo Sebastián Paz
VOLUME FIVE: NATIONAL SECURITY AND TERRITORIAL ISSUES
Between Core National Interest and a Harmonious World: Reconciling Self-Role Conceptions in Chinese Foreign Policy - C. Shih and Yin Jiwu
Sino-Tibetan Dialogue: Much Misunderstanding, Little Room for Compromise - Michael Ramos-Lynch
Islam in China: Accommodation or Separatism? - Dru Gladney
Rapprochement between Taiwan and the Chinese Mainland: Implications for American Foreign Policy - Dennis Hickey
Navigating the Grey Area – Hong Kong’s External Relations under Tsang Administration - Simon Shen
Identity, Sovereignty, and Economic Penetration: Beijing’s Responses to Offshore Chinese Democracies - Wu Guoguang
Explaining Chinese Solutions to Territorial Disputes with Neighbour States - Nie Hongyi
Regime Insecurity and International Cooperation: Explaining China's Compromises in Territorial Disputes - M. Taylor Fravel
Neighborly Relations: The Tumen Development Project and China's Security Strategy - Carla Freeman
China’s Approach to International Law - Junwu Pan
Sino-Japanese Dispute over the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands: The Pending Controversy from the Chinese Perspective - Zhongqi Pan
Inside China's War on Terrorism - Martin Wayne
VOLUME SIX: CHINA AND THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
The Fact and Fiction of Sino-African Energy Relations - Erica Downs
Chinese MNCs as China’s New Long March: A Review and Critique of the Western Literature - Jean-Marc Blanchard
Sino-Capitalism: China's Reemergence and the International Political Economy - Christopher McNally
Re-Engagement with the Global Economy - Shaun Breslin
Economic Statecraft in China’s New Overseas Special Economic Zones: Soft Power, Business or Resource Security? - Deborah Bräutigam and Tang Xiaoyang
Coping with China's Financial Power - Ken Miller
China Trade Policy Review: A Political Economy Approach - Changyuan Luo and Jun Zhang
Facts about and Impacts of FDI on China and the World Economy - Yuqing Xing
The Emperor's New Clothes: Intellectual Property Protections in China - Patricia Campbell and Michael Pecht
Going Out: An Overview of China’s Outward Foreign Direct Investment - Nargiza Salidjanova
China's Sovereign Wealth Funds: Origins, Development, and Future Roles - Stephen Thomas and Ji Chen
China's Pursuit of Free Trade Agreements: Is China Exceptional? - Yang Jiang
China's New Leftists and the China Model Debate after the Financial Crisis - Charles W. Freeman III and Wen Jin Yuan
VOLUME SEVEN: GLOBAL GOVERNANCE
China and Global Governance - Hongying Wang and James Rosenau
China and the Processes of Cooperation in UN Security Council Deliberations - Joel Wuthnow
China's Shifting Attitude towards United Nations Peacekeeping Operations - Stefan Stähle
China and the Future of International Adjudication - Julian Ku
Extract from China’s New Engagement in the International System - Nina Hachigian with Winny Chen and Christopher Beddor
Between Confrontation and Assimilation: China and the Fragmentation of Global Financial Governance - Injoo Sohn
China and the IMF: From Mimicry towards Pragmatic International Institutional Pluralism - Peter Ferdinand and Jue Wang
Emerging World Order? From Multipolarity to Multilateralism in the G20, the World Bank, and the IMF - Robert Wade
China and Climate Justice: Moving beyond Statism - Paul G. Harris, Alice Chow and Rasmus Karlsson
China, Natural Resources, Sovereignty and International Law - Ben Saul
China at the Global Summit Table: Rule-Taker, Deal-Wrecker or Bridge-Builder? - Jenny Clegg
China Engages Global Health Governance: Processes and Dilemmas - Lai-Ha Chan, Pak K. Lee and Gerald Chan
Rethinking global governance: a China model in the making? - Lai-Ha Chan, Pak K. Lee and Gerald Chan
VOLUME EIGHT: CHINA CHALLENGES AND GLOBAL ISSUES
Global Challenges and China’s Complexity - Shi Yinhong
China and the Global Jihad Network - Degang Sun
China in Cyberspace - Nigel Inkster
China's Arctic Aspirations - Linda Jakobson and Jingchao Peng
China and Global Energy Markets - Peter Cornelius and Jonathan Story
Extract from A Balancing Act: China’s Role in Climate Change - Karl Hallding, Guoyi Han and Marie Olsson
China and International 'Human Rights Diplomacy’ - Yuchao Zhu
Global Economic Crisis and China’s Challenge to Global Hegemony: A Neo-Gramscian Approach - Sheila Ruckie
Chinatowns and Borderlands Inter-Asian Encounters in the Diaspora - Evelyn Hu-DeHart
Immigrant China - Frank Pieke
Will China’s Water Shortage Shake the World’s Food Security? - Jia Shaofeng et al.
China’s Distant Water Fishing Industry: Evolving Policies and Implications - Tabitha Mallory
Asian Leadership in Outer Space in the 21st Century: From Science and Technology to Space Law - Yun Zhao
China’s Illiberal Challenge - Nazneen Barma and Ely Ratner