China looks at the West : identity, global ambitions, and the future of Sino-American relations (Book, 2015) [WorldCat.org]
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China looks at the West : identity, global ambitions, and the future of Sino-American relations

Author: Christopher A Ford
Publisher: Lexington, Kentucky : University Press of Kentucky, [2015]
Series: Asia in the New Millennium
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Summary:
Chinese leaders have long been fascinated by the United States, but have often chosen to demonize America for perceived cultural and military imperialism. Especially under Communist rule, Chinese leaders have crafted and re-crafted portrayals of the United States according to the needs of their own agenda and the regime's self-image - often seeing America as an antagonist and foil, but sometimes playing it up as a
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher A Ford
ISBN: 9780813165400 0813165407
OCLC Number: 916981149
Contents: Challenges of Sinological Epistemology. Images of America and the Telos of China's Return. America in Chinese Politics in Deng's Era of Reform. Repression, Nationalism, Chineseness, and the Roaring Nineties. Chinese Discourse in the New Century. China and America in a New World/the Inflection Point of 2008/2009. China, America, and the Future
Series Title: Asia in the New Millennium
Responsibility: Christopher A. Ford

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In China Looks at the West, Christopher A. Ford investigates what these depictions reveal about internal Chinese politics and Beijing's ambitions in the world today.  Read more...

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