Knowledge, Desire and Power in Global Politics: Western Representations of China's Rise
•China threat or China opportunity, like beauty, is in the eyes of the beholder. Western imaginations of China come under close scrutiny in this book, in a new, philosophical depth seldom attempted before. Dr Pan displays in full force his analytical skil
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Alastair Iain Johnston American analysis argues Asia Asian Australian Beijing Beijing’s Bill Clinton Bush Century certainty challenge Chalmers Johnson China Fantasy China knowledge China opportunity China paradigms China policy China studies China threat China watching China’s rise Chinese Foreign Policy Chinese military Chinese Nationalism Clash of Civilizations Clinton Cold Cold War colonial desire construction Contemporary China context critical Critical Security Studies David Shambaugh Defense democracy democratic democratisation discourse disillusionment economic engagement European example Friedman Gerald Segal hardline History hope human rights Iain Johnston Ibid Images of China imagination International Relations International Studies Japan John Journal Kristol London M. E. Sharpe Mearsheimer Michael military Keynesianism modern neoconservative normative Obama objective Olympics Oxford paradigm Quoted representations of China’s Rise of China Robert Kagan Routledge scholars self-imagination Sino-American Relations strategic culture Taiwan Theory trade University Press Wang Washington watchers West Western representations Western/American William Kristol York Zhongguo