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Chinese scholars and foreign policy : debating international relations / edited by Huiyun Feng, Kai He and Yan Xuetong.

Contributor(s): Feng, Huiyun, 1971- | He, Kai, 1973- | Yan, Xuetong.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JZ1238.C6 C456 2019Series: Routledge studies on Asia in the world: Publication: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2019Description: xiii, 210 p.ISBN: 9780367140083 (hbk); 036714008X (hbk).Subject(s): International relations -- Study and teaching -- China | International relations -- Research -- China | Scholars -- China | China -- Foreign relations
Contents:
Why do Chinese IR Scholars matter? / Huiyun Feng and Kai He -- How do Chinese scholars view the evolution of international structure? / Zhou Fangyin -- China debates soft power: implications for Chinese foreign policy / Mingjiang -- The debates among Chinese IR Scholars on China's national interests strategy: 2010-2015 / Chen Qi and Liu Lanyu -- China debates on the non-interference principle / Chen Zheng -- To ally or not to ally? debating China's non-alliance strategy in the 21st century / Liu Ruonan and Liu Feng -- Preference expression under political constraints: an analysis of debates about China's use of force / Yin Jiwu -- Chinese scholars' debate on maritime dispute strategies / Zuo Xiying -- China's debates on economic diplomacy -- Song Guoyou.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Why do Chinese IR Scholars matter? / Huiyun Feng and Kai He -- How do Chinese scholars view the evolution of international structure? / Zhou Fangyin -- China debates soft power: implications for Chinese foreign policy / Mingjiang -- The debates among Chinese IR Scholars on China's national interests strategy: 2010-2015 / Chen Qi and Liu Lanyu -- China debates on the non-interference principle / Chen Zheng -- To ally or not to ally? debating China's non-alliance strategy in the 21st century / Liu Ruonan and Liu Feng -- Preference expression under political constraints: an analysis of debates about China's use of force / Yin Jiwu -- Chinese scholars' debate on maritime dispute strategies / Zuo Xiying -- China's debates on economic diplomacy -- Song Guoyou.

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