China's Rise in Asia Promises and Perils
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In this first sustained, single-authored assessment of China's expanding influence in Asia in the postCold War period, respected analyst Robert Sutter draws on his extensive experience to explore the current debate on China's military and economic rise and its meaning for U.S. interests. Examining in detail China's current and historical relations with the key countries of Asia, he finds a range of motivations underlying China's recent initiatives. Some incline Chinese policy to be cooperative with the United States, others to be competitive and confrontational. Sutter's nuanced study shows that U.S. influence continues to dominate Asia and plays a critical role in determining China's cooperative or confrontational approach. He argues that the Bush administration's policies of firmness and cooperation have encouraged China to stay on a generally constructive track in the region.
List price: $42.00
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 3/31/2005
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Abbreviations|
|Salient Determinants of China's Recent Approach to Asia and its Implications for the United States|
|Recent Chinese Domestic and Foreign Policies and Priorities|
|China's Relations with the United States|
|China's Relations with Russia|
|Relations with Japan|
|Relations with the Korean Peninsula|
|China-Southeast Asia Relations|
|Relations with Taiwan|
|Relations with South Asia|
|Relations with Central Asia|
|Conclusion: China's "Peaceful Approach" to Asia and Its Implications for the United States|
|Reactions by Australian Specialists to the Key Findings of This Study|
|About the Author|