Foreign Relations of the Prc The Legacies and Constraints of China's International Politics since 1949

ISBN-10: 1442220163

ISBN-13: 9781442220164

Edition: 2013

Authors: Robert G. Sutter

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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/16/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Assessing China's Role in World Affairs
Sources of Power and Influence
China's Image in Foreign Affairs
Explaining China's Interest-Based Behavior in Foreign Affairs-Change and Uncertainty
Features of China's Changing Foreign Policy Priorities and Behavior
Legacies and Volatility Add to Complications in the Asia-Pacific
Progress in Areas Farther from China
Concluding Judgment
Mao's Changing Course in Foreign Affairs, 1949-1969
Conflict and Containment
Early Experiences in Foreign Affairs
Containment and China's Response
Peaceful Coexistence
Revived Radicalism
Turmoil in the Cultural Revolution
Maneuvering between the United States and USSR, 1969-1989
Normalization and Opening
Maneuvering between the Superpowers in the 1970s
Maneuvering between the Superpowers in the 1980s
Relations Apart from the "Great Power Triangle"
Chinese Foreign Relations after the Cold War
Developments in the 1990s
Twenty-First Century Policies and Priorities
China's Goals in Foreign Affairs
Patterns in Decision Making and International Outlook
Key Decision Makers in Chinese Foreign Policy
The Foreign Policy Concerns and Worldviews of Chinese Leaders
Chinese Elite and Popular Views of the United States
Chinese Opposition to Superpower Dominance in Asia
Uncertain Outlook: China, the United States, and Nearby Asia
China's Changing Importance in World Affairs
China's Initial Cold War Influence
The "Great Power Triangle"
China's Recent Role in the World Economy, Governance, and Defense
Relations with the United States
Conflict and Containment
Rapprochement and Normalization
Tiananmen, Taiwan, and Post-Cold War Realities
Relations during the George H. W. Bush Administration
Relations during the Bill Clinton Administration
Developments during the George W. Bush Administration 200 Developments during the Barack Obama Administration
Relations with Neighboring Asian Countries
Relations with Japan
Relations with Taiwan
Relations with the Korean Peninsula
Relations with Southeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific
Relations with Southern Asia
Relations with Russia and Central Asia
Relations beyond Nearby Asia
Relations with the Middle East
Relations with Africa
Relations with Latin America and the Caribbean
Relations with Europe
Canada, the Arctic, Antarctica
Implications and Outlook
Conclusion and Outlook
Selected Bibliography
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