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China s Strategic Priorities

Author : Jonathan H. Ping
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The People’s Republic of China is the world’s most populous state and largest consumer of energy, having demonstrated momentous progress on an unprecedented scale. This global power has increasingly shaped international relations as a result of its population size, economic development and political character. Identifying the most significant new issues and problems that have arisen from China’s rapid development, this book examines the evolution of China’s contemporary foreign policy and international relations. In doing so, it underlines the global importance of China’s management of its own politics and economics, and demonstrates how all nation-states have a vested interest in —and to varying degrees are liable for —the consequences of Chinese actions. The book aims to spark debate by drawing attention to these critical issues; placing them on the scholarly agenda as well as that of the practitioner. It provides factual evidence, progressive findings, justification and a rationale for action, expert analysis, and the resulting policy prescriptions. In addition, the book highlights the liable costs of failing to address China’s strategic priorities. This interdisciplinary book draws attention to the most pressing issues that China must address for universal benefit, and will be of great interest to students and scholars of International Relations, Chinese Studies and Political Science.

China s Strategic Priorities

Author : Jonathan H. Ping
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The People’s Republic of China is the world’s most populous state and largest consumer of energy, having demonstrated momentous progress on an unprecedented scale. This global power has increasingly shaped international relations as a result of its population size, economic development and political character. Identifying the most significant new issues and problems that have arisen from China’s rapid development, this book examines the evolution of China’s contemporary foreign policy and international relations. In doing so, it underlines the global importance of China’s management of its own politics and economics, and demonstrates how all nation-states have a vested interest in —and to varying degrees are liable for —the consequences of Chinese actions. The book aims to spark debate by drawing attention to these critical issues; placing them on the scholarly agenda as well as that of the practitioner. It provides factual evidence, progressive findings, justification and a rationale for action, expert analysis, and the resulting policy prescriptions. In addition, the book highlights the liable costs of failing to address China’s strategic priorities. This interdisciplinary book draws attention to the most pressing issues that China must address for universal benefit, and will be of great interest to students and scholars of International Relations, Chinese Studies and Political Science.

China s International Relations in Asia

Author : Mingjiang Li
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This new Major Work is fully indexed and includes a comprehensive index, newly written by the editor, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context. It is destined to be valued by scholars, students and researchers.

Asia in the 21st Century

Author : Michael D. Bellows
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Part I: Grand Strategy (U.S. goals; China's grand strategy; Japan's grand strategy; Russian strategy; ASEAN national security); Part II: Economic Dimensions (challenge of geoeconomics; interdependence on Northeast Asia); Part III: Regional Military Strategy (Japanese self-defense forces; Korean military forces; Russia's new military doctrine; China's strategic concepts); Part IV: Regional Strategic Structures in the 21st Century (post-cold war security structures and strategic architecture for the Pacific).

Strategic Priorities

Author : Yifan Hu
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The book provides key points on how China can use its new economic leverage to shape its long-term outward investment strategies in Africa and in ASEAN countries. It also proposes short-term and long-term measures to ensure the sustainability and solvency of local public financial institutions in China amid mounting government debt. This book assesses China's latest policies to promote the Renminbi as a world reserve currency amid a global currency war, as well as analyzes China's national pension system and labor issues in the wake of President Xi's sweeping reforms.

China s Grand Strategy

Author : Honghua Men
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This book aims to build the ideal model of China's grand strategy framework, which is based on three key variables: national power, strategic concept and international institution. Taking the rise of China as an opportunity, this book adopts the assessment of national strategic resources as the beginning, focuses on the evaluation of strategic capability, the choice of strategic orientation, the establishment of strategic objectives, the planning of strategic content and the implementation of strategic means. Further, following this main line, this book establishes a China's grand strategy framework based on active participation and integration-transformation-shaping process. This book emphasizes that to achieve the goals of China's grand strategy; China should uphold this strategic attitude: It should not be seduced by praise and should not be made aggressive by criticism. It should learn to be glorious but remain humble, maintain a wealthy, influential but modest position by restraint. This book can be regarded as the essence of the author's 20 years long-term focus and research on the China's grand strategy. The author's postdoctoral tutor Professor Hu Angang’s comment of this book can hit the nail on the head: "This book is a pioneering theoretical study of China's great strategic research and makes a significant contribution to this research field. The basic arguments of this book have been submitted through various approaches to decision-making references or published in academic papers, and have received numerous positive responses and resonance. In my opinion, the basic ideas and important findings of this book will provide imperative reference to long-term strategy decision-making process. In addition, the fundamental theory and analysis method of the book will have an important influence in both domestic and international academic field."

Chinese Policy Priorities and Their Implications for the United States

Author : Robert G. Sutter
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How the West responds to China's emergence as a great power will go far toward determining the course of world politics. Yet, as Robert Sutter shows, U.S. foreign policy in this vital arena remains remarkably unfocused and uninformed. Preoccupied with domestic imperatives and an intractable debate over China, the U.S. government, media, and public have all but ignored the interests and motivations of China's leaders. The author argues that a balanced understanding of Chinese government priorities will lead to more informed and effective policy. Toward that goal, this pragmatic study examines current Chinese concerns and behavior in arenas of crucial importance to the United States.

China s Environmental Crisis

Author : Joel Jay Kassiola
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This wide-ranging and path-breaking collection of essays on China’s environmental crisis takes a new approach, transcending the typical “gloom and doom” media and scholarly report on China’s environmental crisis, to address how the Chinese political and social systems were impacted and how they responded, or should respond, to the ecological challenges confronting China. Therefore, this collection provides innovative analyses about the impacts and responses—both domestically and globally—of China’s political and social systems encompassing its social values, ameliorative, and preventative policies. It leaves us with such an important question to ponder: What social action will be needed in the near- and long-term future in order to avoid environmental disaster as well as to achieve environmental sustainability and social justice for the long term in China?

China s Strategy in Space

Author : Stacey Solomone
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This book addresses why China is going into space and provides up- to-date information on all aspects of the Chinese Space Program in terms of launch vehicles, launch sites and infrastructure, crew vehicles for space exploration, satellite applications and scientific exploration capabilities. Beyond mere capabilities, it is important to understand how Chinese aerospace leaders think, how they make decisions, and what their ultimate goal is during their space endeavors. What are Chinese intentions in space? To what extent does culture and ethics influence Chinese strategic decision-making within the highest levels of the aerospace industrial complex? This book examines these questions and offers four potential scenarios on where the Chinese space program is headed based on this new perspective of understanding China’s space goals. This book is not only required reading for policy makers and military leaders in the US government, but also for the general population, students, and professionals interested in truly understanding the reasons behind what the Chinese are doing in space.

Regional Policy of China 1949 85

Author : Kjeld Allan Larsen
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The China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly

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People s Republic of China Year book

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Strategic Assessment 1997

Author : National Defense University. Institute for National Strategic Studies
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China s Military Posture

Author : Claire Taylor
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The strategic consequence of China's rise to political and economic prominence has become a major preoccupation for academics and policymakers, particularly in the United States. In light of that debate, this paper is intended to be an introduction to China's current military posture. It examines China's strategic priorities and obligations, its military capabilities and the aims of its military modernisation programme. It also discusses the dichotomy between what China characterises as its 'peaceful development' and its military ambitions, and addresses the inevitable question of whether China's military build up can be considered benign.

African Research Documentation

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Healthy China 2020

Author : Zhu Chen
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Healthy China 2020: Strategic Research Report documents China's healthcare developments over the last six decades and includes candid discussions on major healthcare, medical and clinical issues and challenges faced by the country. The book also comprehensively reviews strategic priorities and practical policy framework that became the foundation of China's healthcare infrastructure today.

Asia in the 21st Century

Author : Michael D. Bellows
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China Development Review

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Joint United Service Institution of India USI China Institute for International Strategic Studies CIISS Seminar

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Seminar to discuss the common security concerns of India and China.

China s Growing Military Power and Implications for East Asia

Author : Lloyd R. Vasey
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