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This book aims to study China's economic statecraft in the contemporary era in a comprehensive manner. It attempts to explore China's approaches to using its economic, trade, investment, and financial power for the pursuit of its political, security, and strategic interests at the regional and global levels. The volume addresses three major issue areas in particular. The first issue pertains to how Beijing has used its economic clout to protect what it perceives as its "core interests" in its external relations. Three cases are included: the Taiwan issue, human rights, and territorial dispute in the South China Sea. The second major area of inquiry focuses on how China has employed its economic power in its key bilateral relations, including relations with Japan, North Korea, the United States, and other states in the East Asian region. The third issue concerns China's economic statecraft in the global context. It addresses the impacts of China's economic power and policy on the transformation of the global financial structure, developments in Africa, the international intellectual property rights regime, and China's food security relations with the outside world. Contents: China's Use of Economic Power for Core Interests: The Politics of Mainland China's Economic Statecraft in Relation to Current Cross-Strait Relations (Kwei-Bo Huang) China's Use of Economic Tools in Its Human Rights Disputes with the EU (Reuben Wong) China's Economic Inducement towards Vietnam: What Lies Ahead? (Xue Gong) China's Economic Influence in Its Neighborhood: Interdependent Rivals: China's Economic Statecraft towards Japan (Xiaoyu Pu) The Last Resort: China's Economic Coercion against North Korea (Xiaohe Cheng) China's Economic Statecraft in Sino-Southeast Asian Relations and the Security-Economic Nexus (Kheng Swe Lim) China's Rise and Geo-Economic Push into the Heart of Eurasia (Roman Muzalevsky) China's Economic Statecraft in Key Bilateral Relations: China's Economic Statecraft in Sino-American Relations (William J Norris) China's Economic Statecraft in Africa: The Resilience of Development Financing from Mao to Xi (Ana Cristina Alves) China's Economic Statecraft in the Global Context: China's Economic Power and the Global Financial Structure (Gerald Chan) Hunting for Food: A New Driver in Chinese Foreign Policy (Hongzhou Zhang and Mingjiang Li) Readership: Students who are studying China's foreign policy, researchers in the field of China's foreign relations, and practitioners and policy makers who are involved or interested in China's foreign affairs. Key Features: Caters to the IR community and the policy circles throughout the world, which continue to be interested in research on China's rise and its impact on the outside world First comprehensive study that specifically and systematically addresses China's economic statecraft in the contemporary era Contributed by scholars from China and many other countries, thereby bringing in diverse views

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    • Ano de Edição: 2017
    • Ano:  2017
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001092626275
    • ISBN:  9789814713481

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