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China's omnidirectional peripheral diplomacy

Author: Jianwei Wang; Tiang Boon Hoo
Publisher: Singapore ; Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., [2019] ©2019
Series: Series on contemporary China, v. 45.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)951926459
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jianwei Wang; Tiang Boon Hoo
ISBN: 9789813141797 9813141794
OCLC Number: 1100451565
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Intro; Contents; About the Editors; About the Authors; Introduction; Chapter 1 Periphery Diplomacy: Moving to the Center of China's Foreign Policy; Addressing Scholarship; Periphery Diplomacy in Action; Broad regional context; Northeast and Southeast Asia; South Asia; Central Asia; Broad Regional Context; Chapter 2 China's Changing Perspective of its Periphery Environment; Periphery Environment: Better or Worse?; What Caused Changes: Others or Self?; How to Deal with Change: Reactively or Proactively?; Conclusion; Chapter 3 U.S.-China Competition in East Asia U.S. Competition with China in East AsiaU.S. strategy of rebalance; China rising; U.S. recovery from the financial crisis; Competitive efforts of U.S. to rebalance; The transition brought about by Trump; Indo-Pacific strategy replacing rebalance; TPP withdrawal; Waging the trading war; North Korea denuclearization; Conclusions on the transition; Chinese Dual-track Strategy to Compete with U.S.; Self-restraint and collaboration with U.S.; Chinese countermeasures; Regional Relations in U.S.-China Competition; Camp one: Countries taking the U.S. side; Japan; Australia; South Korea Camp two: Countries that support ChinaCountries supporting China openly; Russia; Cambodia; Countries actually supporting China; ASEAN countries; The changed Singapore; Taking the U.S. side; Hedging again in the U.S.-China competition; The changed Philippines; The anti-China Aquino III Philippines; The Duterte Philippines; Conclusions on the U.S.-China Competition in East Asia; U.S. strategies and policies; Competition; Cooperation; Chinese strategies and policies; Other regional countries' strategies and policies; Hedging is better than taking sides Chapter 4 China's New Security Concept and CBMs in East AsiaConfidence-Building Measures: Definition, Content and Function; Evolution of China's New Security Concept and Influence on CBMs; Stage 1: Conservative security concept and negative attitude of CBMs; Stage 2: The rise of New Security Concept and a changing attitude to CBMs; Stage 3: Transition to New Asian Security Concept and a more proactive attitude to CBMs; Evolution of China's Practice on CBMs in Asia: From Unilateral and Bilateral to Multilateral; The Future of China's CBMs in East Asia:Development and Obstacles Northeast and Southeast AsiaChapter 5 Change and Continuity: China's North Korea Policy in Transition; Changes in China's North Korea Policy; Denuclearization first; Tightening economic sanctions; Tilt to South Korea; Redefining China-North Korea relationship; Factors Behind Changes; Security interest; Domestic debate; North Korea factor; International regime; Limits of Changes; No regime change; Peaceful resolution; Not the same side with the U.S. and South Korea; Future Prospects; Chapter 6 An Analysis of China's Diplomacy to Japan in the New Period
Series Title: Series on contemporary China, v. 45.
Responsibility: Jianwei Wang, Hoo Tiang Boon.

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