International Relations of China
Description: To say that the rise of China has captured the popular attention is something ofan understatement. Hardly a day goes by without the publication of a new studythat confidently predicts China and rsquo;s future and ndash; be that a focus oninternal challenges and potential collapse, or China and rsquo;s rise toinevitable global dominance. This four-volume collection aim is to provide, in asingle resource, an overarching view of the totality of China and rsquo;s placein the world and ndash; where it came from, what forms it takes, how it isstudied, why it matters and where it is going.The four volumes are divided intothe key areas of perspectives, policies, relationships and issue. In this MajorWork the editors have created a carefully balanced collection of seminal work,contextualised by a new introductory essay, which seeks to bring to light theperspectives of key figures from both inside and outside of China.
Contents: VOLUME ONE: THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES China and the US: Comparable Cases of?Peaceful Rise'? - Barry Buzan and Michael Cox The Development of InternationalRelations Theory in China - Qin Yaqing The Tragedy of Offensive Realism:Classical Realism and the Rise of China - Jonathan Kirshner Will China's RiseLead to War? - Charles Glaser The Rise of Chinese Exceptionalism inInternational Relations - Feng Zhang Invocations of Chinese Traditions inInternational Relations - Gilbert Rozman Is China Becoming More Aggressive? ANeoclassical Realist Analysis - Camilla Sørensen China in the North KoreanNuclear Crises: ?Interest' and ?Identity' in Foreign Behaviour - Hochul LeeExtract from The China Wave: Rise of a Civilizational State - Zhang Weiwei ThePower Strategy of Chinese Foreign Policy: Bringing Theoretical and ComparativeStudies Together - Chen Zhimin and Chang Lulu The Rise of China in Chinese Eyes- Yan Xuetong International Relations Studies in China: History, Trends, andProspects - David Shambaugh China's Search for a Grand Strategy: A Rising GreatPower Finds Its Way - Wang JisiVOLUME TWO: MAKING FOREIGN POLICY China's Global Activism: Strategy, Drivers,and Tools - Phillip Saunders Personality, Ideology and Decisionmaking - MichaelHunt The Operational Code of Mao Zedong: Defensive or Offensive Realist? -Huiyun Feng China's Foreign- and Security-Policy Decision-Making Processes underHu Jintao - Jean-Pierre Cabestan The Central Leadership, Supraministry Coordinating Bodies, State Council ministries, and Party Departments - Lu NingChina's ?Quiet Diplomacy??: The International Department of the ChineseCommunist Party - David Shambaugh China's Assertive Behaviour ? Part Three: TheRole of the Military in Foreign Policy - Michael Swaine Beyond Spy vs Spy: TheAnalytic Challenge of Understanding Chinese Intelligence Services - Peter MattisDomestic Institutional Constraints on China's Leadership in East Asian EconomicCooperation Mechanisms - Margaret Pearson Redefining Foreign Policy Impulsestoward Africa: The Roles of the MFA, the MOFCOM and China Exim Bank - LucyCorkin China's Foreign and Security Policy for Its Territorial Periphery - CarlaFreeman and Drew Thompson Changing Media, Changing Foreign Policy in China -Susan Shirk China's New Think Tanks: Where Officials, Entrepreneurs, andScholars Interact - Cheng Li Foreign Policy Implications of Chinese NationalismRevisited: The Strident Turn - Suisheng ZhaoVOLUME THREE: CHINA AND ?TRADITIONAL?? PARTNERS ? THE DEVELOPED WORLD AND(SOUTH)EAST ASIA The Rise of China and the Future of the West: Can the LiberalSystem Survive? - G. John Ikenberry The Gathering Storm: China's Challenge to USPower 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 RegionalRise: Interpretatio