Ashgate Research Companions: The Ashgate Research Companion to Chinese Foreign Policy

Editor: Kavalski, Emilian
Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing

Single-User Purchase Price: $185.00
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ISBN: 978-1-4094-2270-9
Category: Social Sciences - Criminology & Law
Image Count: 2
Book Status: Available
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The Ashgate Research Companion to Chinese Foreign Policy draws out the full range of topics and issues that characterise China's external affairs. The volume is intended to provide an overview of Chinese foreign policy that will be relevant both to experts in the field as well as those that are just starting to grapple with Beijing's international outlook.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures and Tables
  • List of Contributors
  • Acknowledgements
  • List of Abbreviations
  • Introduction: Engaging China’s Foreign Policy - Emilian Kavalski
  • Part I Historical and Analytical Perspectives on China’s Foreign Policy
  • In Quest of Independence: An Unchanging Paradigm of China’s Foreign Policy - Lai-Ha Chan
  • International Status: China’s Pursuit of a Comprehensive Superpower Status - Mingjiang Li
  • China’s Strategic Culture and Foreign Policy - Huiyun Feng
  • China’s Rise and International Relations Theory - Dingding Chen
  • Part II The Domestic Sources of China’s Foreign Policy
  • The Rise of Nationalism and China’s Foreign Policy - Kingsley Edney; Baogang He
  • Communist Ideology and Chinese Foreign Policy - Winberg Chai
  • The “New Security Concept”: The Role of the Military in China’s Foreign Policy - Yee-Kuang Heng
  • Economic Development and China’s Foreign Policy - Hongyi Lai; Su-jeong Kang
  • Part III The International Impact of China’s Foreign Policy
  • Soft Power in Chinese Foreign Policy: Concepts, Policies, and Effectiveness - James Reilly
  • Religion, Culture, and Confucius Institutes in China’s Foreign Policy - Kim-Kwong Chan; Alan Hunter
  • Overseas Chinese and Chinese Foreign Policy - John Lee
  • China and the Global Surge for Resources - Carrie Liu Currier
  • Part IV China’s Bilateral Interactions
  • The Relations between China and the USA - Jian Yang
  • China’s Bilateral Interactions with Russia - Susan Turner Haynes
  • Perspectives on China’s Relations with the European Union - Reuben Wong
  • Sino-Indian Relations: Peaceful Coexistence or Pending Rivalry - Jing-dong Yuan
  • Part V China’s Regional Strategies
  • China’s Relations with the Middle East - Niv Horesh
  • China’s Relations with Central Asia (SCO) - Russell Ong
  • China’s Relations withSoutheast Asia (ASEAN) - Ming-Te Hung; Mei-Hsien Lee
  • China’s Relations with Northeast Asia - Enyu Zhang
  • China’s Relations with Africa - May Tan-Mullins; Giles Mohan
  • China’s Relations with Latin America - Tung-Chieh Tsai; Tony Tai-Ting Liu
  • Anchoring China’s Oceanic Relations: Australia and New Zealand - Nicholas Thomas
  • Part VI Outstanding Issues in China’s Foreign Policy
  • The Logic and Strategies of Beijing’s Policy towards Taiwan - Zhiming Chen
  • China and Peacekeeping Operations - Chin-Hao Huang
  • Globalization and China - Lui Hebron
  • China’s Climate Policy and Foreign Diplomacy - Bo Miao
  • Tibet, Human Rights, and Chinese Foreign Policy - Yuchao Zhu
  • China and Transnational Social Movements - Jie Chen
  • “The Great Firewall of China”: Internet Censorship and Chinese Foreign Policy - Sheng Ding
  • China and Outer Space - Rosita Dellios
  • Epilogue: Whither China and its Foreign Policy? Future Trends, Developments, and the Logic of Relationships of China’s International Interactions - Emilian Kavalski
  • Bibliography