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China’s New Foreign Policy

Military Modernisation, Multilateralism and the ‘China Threat’

China’s New Foreign Policy by Tilman Pradt
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This book analyses how China overcame its meagre reputation in the early 1990s to become an aggressively growing military power and rising threat to the international system. The author focuses on China’s new multilateral foreign policy approach, ambitious military build-up programme and economic cooperation initiatives. This book presents a much-needed comparative perspective of China in terms of foreign policy, seeking to develop analytical tools to assess China’s motivations and moves. The author suggests that understanding China’s new foreign policy, its tactics in multilateral organisations, and approaches to conflict resolutions are elementary to grasp the new realities of international relations, particularly relevant to newly established institutions in the evolving Asian political system which require basic knowledge for analysing the politics in this continent. This book uses an innovative approach, a qualitative analysis of China’s foreign policy addressing criteria of reputation management, to overcome the perceived ‘China threat’.
Springer International Publishing; November 2016
216 pages; ISBN 9783319332956
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Title: China’s New Foreign Policy
Author: Tilman Pradt
 
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9783319332949
9783319332956