Reconstructing China: The Peaceful Development, Economic Growth, and International Role of an Emerging Super Power

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 5, 2014 - Business & Economics - 198 pages
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AN IN-DEPTH LOOK AT CHINA'S NEW AND RAPIDLY CHANGING ROLE IN THE WORLD

China's rapid economic advancement has resulted in vast and unprecedented changes, among which opportunities and challenges coexist. As power is redistributed globally, China is finding itself at a crossroads. And as a socialist nation, China's economic rise presents unique challenges.

  • Where does China fit among powerful capitalist nations?
  • How can China leverage economic opportunities that come with globalization--without disrupting international order?
  • How can China build the international trust necessary to continue on its path of peaceful development?

By comparing possible modes of the rise of great powers, Reconstructing China explains why it is absolutely essential that China take a path of peaceful development and growth, and how the nation can achieve it in the most effective way possible.

Written by international relations expert Li Jingzhi--a professor at Renmin University of China--Reconstructing China gives policymakers, global investors, business leaders, and anyone else interested in the rise of China a perspective of China's growth they will find nowhere else.

  

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Contents

Part 1 The Conception of Chinas Peaceful Development and a Harmonious World
1
Part 2 Chinas Peaceful Development and the International Order
45
Part 3 Chinas Peaceful Development and Economic Globalization
77
Part 4 Chinas Peaceful Development and Diplomacy
107
Part 5 Maintaining Peaceful Development and Promoting the Building of a Harmonious World
145
Acknowledgments
189
Index
191
About the Authors
199
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