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Chinese Strategic Thought Toward Asia

Author: Gilbert Rozman
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 113731155X
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Tracing the development of Chinese strategic thinking over four distinct periods from the 1980s on, this book covers China's strategies regarding Russia and Central Asia, Japan, the Korean peninsula, and Southeast and South Asia. While it pinpoints many mistaken assumptions, it credits China with overall successes and concludes that China stands at a crossroads. Deng Xiaoping's legacy - a tendency toward patiently biding time in international affairs - may be replaced by a growing assertiveness emboldened by China's rapid rise.

South Korean Strategic Thought Toward Asia

Author: G. Rozman
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230611915
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At the crossroads of Northeast Asia, South Korea provides a critical vantage point for viewing changes in the region. This comprehensive review of the past quarter century covers its strategic thinking in regard to China, Japan, Russia, regionalism, and reunification.

Russian Strategic Thought Toward Asia

Author: Gilbert Rozman
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230601731
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The book explains the Putin era's ambivalent approach to Asia and finds lessons from earlier approaches worthy of further attention. The overview compares how strategic thinking evolved, while reflecting on factors that shaped it.

Japanese Strategic Thought Toward Asia

Author: G. Rozman
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230603157
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Japanese leaders and often the media too have substituted symbols for strategy in dealing with Asia. This comprehensive review of four periods over twenty years exposes the strategic gap in viewing individually and collectively China, Taiwan, the Korean peninsula, Russia, Central Asia, and regionalism.

Russian Strategic Thought Toward Asia

Author: Gilbert Rozman
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781403975546
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This volume on Russia is the first in a series on strategic thinking in Asia. It examines four periods since the 1980s and covers views of China, Japan, the Korean peninsula, Central Asia, South and Southeast Asia, and regionalism. With an emphasis on Northeast Asia the geographical chapters provide an in-depth look at how foreign policy toward separate areas was guided. The overview compares how strategic thinking evolved, while reflecting on factors that shaped it. The book explains the Putin era's ambivalent approach to Asia and finds lessons from earlier approaches worthy of further attention.

Japanese Strategic Thought Toward Asia

Author: Gilbert Rozman
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781403975539
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Japanese leaders and often the media too have substituted symbols for strategy in dealing with Asia. This comprehensive review of four periods over twenty years exposes the strategic gap in viewing individually and collectively China, Taiwan, the Korean peninsula, Russia, Central Asia, and regionalism.

Worldviews Of Aspiring Powers

Author: Henry R. Nau
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199985995
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Worldviews of Aspiring Powers provides a serious study of the domestic foreign policy debates in five world powers who have gained more influence as the US's has waned: China, Japan, India, Russia and Iran. Featuring a leading regional scholar for each essay, each essay identifies the most important domestic schools of thought--nationalists, realists, globalists, idealists/exceptionalists--and connects them to the historical and institutional sources that fuel each nation's foreign policy experience. While scholars have applied this approach to US foreign policy, this book is the first to track the competing schools of foreign policy thought within five of the world's most important rising powers. Concise and systematic, Worldviews of Aspiring Powers will serve as both an essential resource for foreign policy scholars trying to understand international power transitions and as a text for courses that focus on the same.

Conflict And Cooperation In Sino Us Relations

Author: Jean-Marc F. Blanchard
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317664264
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Numerous crosswinds are buffeting the more than 40-year-old People's Republic of China--American relationship, yet only once since Nixon’s historic trip to China in 1972 has a major conflagration seemed a real possibility. Anchoring the relationship throughout multiple storms are the two countries’ broad areas of collaboration such as deep links in culture, economics, and education. However, for some observers, the conflictual aspects of the relationship seem to be gaining prominence. Conflict and Cooperation in Sino-US Relations offers a timely and current look at one of the world’s weightiest bilateral relationships. It goes beyond detailing the conflict and cooperation that have been integral facets of China--US interactions since 1972, to gauging the relationship's evolution and future trends, examining its nuances regarding diverse issues such as the Asia-Pacific leadership structure, the South China Sea, and the Korean peninsula. The book further delves into the causes of conflict and cooperation, offers diverse solutions for tempering frictions between Beijing and Washington, and considers the efficacy of some of the mechanisms (e.g., military-to-military exchanges) that China and the US currently employ to manage their relationship.The chapters suggest that extreme anxieties about China--US relations may be misplaced, but that there nonetheless are some worrisome signs even in areas like economics and the environment that are perceived as naturally cooperative. While the book does not offer any silver bullets, various contributors contend that successful management of Sino-American relations may require greater American accommodation of China’s interests.? This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of Chinese politics, American politics, international relations, and Asian studies, as well as to policy-makers working in the field.

China S Foreign Policy

Author: G. Rozman
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137344075
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Updating the papers from the 2011 Asan Conference to cover the end of 2011, this book reflects the state of analysis on the eve of the important 2012-13 transition to China's fifth-generation leaders.

On China S Military Rise

Author: Ming-Hsien Wong
Publisher: 淡江大學出版中心
ISBN: 9865982854
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Since the 21st century, China’s rise has become a fact, and People’s Liberation Army has developed rather quickly. Thusso-called China’s military rise has become the most challenging phenomenon in world politics.Regarding to its army building and readiness, many studies have shown that the People’s Liberation Army, in 2020, will form a complete (antiaccess/area denial) capabilities, capable enough to turn China into a great military power in Asia-Pacific.It will have an impact on the Asia-Pacific regional stability, the cross-strait military halance, and under United States re-balance strategy. Under China’s military threat, Taiwan must be innovative in terms of strategic thinking and concept.