This updated and expanded fourth edition of Chinese Foreign Policy seeks to examine the decision-makers, processes and rationales behind China’s expanding international relations as well as offering an in-depth look at China’s modern global relations.
Among the key issues explored in this edition are:
This book will be essential reading for students of Chinese Foreign Policy and Asian International Relations, and highly recommended for students of diplomacy, international security and IR in general.
Praise for previous editions:
'The best overall analysis of China's engagement in the global political economy currently available in the textbook literature.' -- Lowell Dittmar, University of California, Berkeley, USA
'A succinct, authoritative and up-to-date Chinese foreign policy textbook.'-- Andrew Scobell, RAND, USA
1. Introduction: The Reconstruction (and Expansion) of Chinese Foreign Policy
2. Who (and What) Makes Chinese Foreign Policy Today?
3. China in the World Economy
4. Multilateralism and International Institutions
5. China’s Military and Emerging Security Concerns
6. The United States Views China (and China Views the United States)
7. China’s Peripheral Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific
8. Moving Beyond the Asia-Pacific: China’s Cross-Regional Foreign Policies