China's challenges and international order transition : beyond "Thucydides's trap" / Huiyun Feng and Kai He editors.  (Text) (Text)

Feng, Huiyun, 1971- | He, Kai, 1973-
Call no.: JZ1734 .C4517 2020Publication: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2020Description: x, 320 p. : illISBN: 9780472131761 (hardcover); 0472131761 (hardcover)Subject(s): World politics -- 21st centuryBalance of powerChina -- Foreign relations -- 21st CenturyChina -- Politics and government -- 2002-LOC classification: JZ1734 | .C4517 2020
Contents:Introduction: Rethinking China and international order : a conceptual analysis / Kai He and Huiyun Feng -- China and Thucydides's trap / Steve Chan -- China, the United States, and "Thucydides's trap" / David A. Welch -- The rise of China and the emerging order in the Indo-Pacific Region / T.V. Paul -- Power transition and the redefinition of the Sino-US great power relationship / Feng Liu -- China's Belt and Road Initiative : how will it change the regional order in Southeast Asia? / Mingjiang Li and Xue Gong -- International order and change in East Asian history / Yuan-kang Wang -- Ideas, institutions, and interests : what's at stake in the "decline of the West"? / Mark Beeson -- Bound to relate : retheorizing international order through the Chinese culture of power / Chih-yu Shih -- Chinese culture, ideas, and approaches to influence the international order / Jisheng Sun -- The future of Chinese leadership in the global economy / Cameron G. Thies -- China and global economic governance : shaped and/or shaping? / Xiao Ren -- China's use of multilateral institutions and the US response : the need for American primacy 2.0 / John M. Friend and Bradley A. Thayer -- Is China a new global leader? Rethinking China and global governance / Xiaoyu Pu.
Summary: "China's Challenges and International Order Transition introduces an integrated conceptual framework of "international order" categorized by three levels (power, rules, and norms) and three issue-areas (security, political, and economic). Each contributor engages one or more of these nine analytical dimensions of international order to examine two questions: (1) Has China already challenged this dimension of international order? (2) How will China challenge this dimension of international order in the future? The contested views and perspectives in this volume suggest it is too simple or naive to assume an inevitable conflict between China and the outside world during a potential order transition into the future. With different strategies to challenge or reform different dimensions of international order, China's role is not a one-way street. Instead, it is an interactive process in which the world may change China as much as China may change the world. The multidimensionality of international order technically enhances the durability and sustainability of the current international order against a rapid or radical transition into the future. The aim of the book is to broaden the debate beyond the "Thucydides Trap" perspective currently popular in the West. Rather than offering a single argument, this volume offers a platform for scholars, especially Chinese scholars vs. Western scholars, to exchange and debate their different views and perspectives on China and the potential transition of international order" -- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Rethinking China and international order : a conceptual analysis / Kai He and Huiyun Feng -- China and Thucydides's trap / Steve Chan -- China, the United States, and "Thucydides's trap" / David A. Welch -- The rise of China and the emerging order in the Indo-Pacific Region / T.V. Paul -- Power transition and the redefinition of the Sino-US great power relationship / Feng Liu -- China's Belt and Road Initiative : how will it change the regional order in Southeast Asia? / Mingjiang Li and Xue Gong -- International order and change in East Asian history / Yuan-kang Wang -- Ideas, institutions, and interests : what's at stake in the "decline of the West"? / Mark Beeson -- Bound to relate : retheorizing international order through the Chinese culture of power / Chih-yu Shih -- Chinese culture, ideas, and approaches to influence the international order / Jisheng Sun -- The future of Chinese leadership in the global economy / Cameron G. Thies -- China and global economic governance : shaped and/or shaping? / Xiao Ren -- China's use of multilateral institutions and the US response : the need for American primacy 2.0 / John M. Friend and Bradley A. Thayer -- Is China a new global leader? Rethinking China and global governance / Xiaoyu Pu.

"China's Challenges and International Order Transition introduces an integrated conceptual framework of "international order" categorized by three levels (power, rules, and norms) and three issue-areas (security, political, and economic). Each contributor engages one or more of these nine analytical dimensions of international order to examine two questions: (1) Has China already challenged this dimension of international order? (2) How will China challenge this dimension of international order in the future? The contested views and perspectives in this volume suggest it is too simple or naive to assume an inevitable conflict between China and the outside world during a potential order transition into the future. With different strategies to challenge or reform different dimensions of international order, China's role is not a one-way street. Instead, it is an interactive process in which the world may change China as much as China may change the world. The multidimensionality of international order technically enhances the durability and sustainability of the current international order against a rapid or radical transition into the future. The aim of the book is to broaden the debate beyond the "Thucydides Trap" perspective currently popular in the West. Rather than offering a single argument, this volume offers a platform for scholars, especially Chinese scholars vs. Western scholars, to exchange and debate their different views and perspectives on China and the potential transition of international order" -- Provided by publisher.

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