China's expanding strategic ambitions / edited by Ashley J. Tellis, Alison Szalwinski, and Michael Wills ; with contributions from David Brewster ... [et al.]. - Seattle ; Washington, D.C. : The National Bureau of Asian Research, c2019. - xiv, 383 p. : ill., maps. - Strategic Asia ; 2019 . - Strategic Asia ; 2019. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface / Richard J. Ellings -- Pursuing Global Reach: China's Not So Long March toward Preeminence / Ashley J. Tellis -- Russia and the Arctic in China's Quest for Great-Power Status / Elizabeth Wishnick -- China's Quest for Influence in Northeast Asia: The Korean Peninsula, Japan, and the East China Sea / Patricia M. Kim -- A Rising China's Challenge to Taiwan / Michael S. Chase -- Shifting Winds in Southeast Asia: Chinese Prominence and the Future of the Regional Order / Ja Ian Chong -- The Red Flag Follows Trade: China's Future as an Indian Ocean Power / David Brewster -- China's Belt and Road: One Initiative, Three Strategies / Joel Wuthnow -- Power vs. Distance: China's Global Maritime Interests and Investments in the Far Seas / Andrew S. Erickson -- China's Role in Reshaping the International Financial Architecture: Blunting U.S. Power and Building Regional Order / Rush Doshi -- China's Global Development Spending Spree: Winning the World One Yuan at a Time? / Samantha Custer and Michael J. Tierney -- China's Promotion of New Global Values / Francois Godement

This book describes how China seeks to reshape the international system to serve its strategic aims. In each chapter, a leading expert assesses the country's ambitions in a particular geographic or functional area and presents policy options for the United States and its partners to address the challenges posed by a rising China. -- Back cover.

9781939131577 193913157X


Strategic culture -- China.


China -- Strategic aspects.
China -- Military policy.
China -- Economic policy.
United States -- Strategic aspects.

JZ1734 / .C452 2019

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