International Relations of China
Description: 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.
Contents: Volume One: Theoretical PerspectivesVolume Two: Making Foreign PolicyVolume Three: China and “Traditional” Partners – the Developed World and (South)East AsiaVolume Four: China and the Developing WorldVolume Five: National Security and Territorial IssuesVolume Six: China and the Global EconomyVolume Seven: Global GovernanceVolume Eight: China Challenges and Global Issues