Rise of China: Beijing's Strategies and Implications for the Asia-Pacific

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Routledge, 2009 - Political Science - 312 pages
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List of Contributors
Part I: Overview
1. The Rise of China: An Overall Assessment
Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Cheng-yi Lin (with the assistance of L. C. Russell Hsiao)
Part II: Discourse on the Rise of China
2. China┐s Grand Strategy of ┐Peaceful Rise┐: A Prelude to a New Cold War?
Masako Ikegami
3. The Domestic Origin of China┐s Rise and Its International Impact: The Party-State Developmental Syndicate
Szu-chien Hsu
Part III: Domestic Consequences: Social Unrest and Economic Challenges
4. Growing Social Unrest and Emergent Protest Groups in China
Chih-jou Jay Chen
5. China┐s Economic Development and Its Challenges
To-far Wang
Part IV: External Strategies to Asia-Pacific and Implications
6. China┐s Policies towards the Asia-Pacific Region: Changing Perceptions of Self and Changing Others┐ Perceptions of China?
Rosemary Foot
7. The Rise of China and Territorial Disputes
Srikanth Kondapalli
8. China┐s Policies toward the SCO and ARF: Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region
Chien-peng Chung
Part V: Regional Reactions to China┐s Rise
9. America’s Perspective on China┐s Rise
Bruce Cumings
10. Japan’s Views on the Rise of China and Its Implications: Bureaucratic Interests and Political Choices
Yoshifumi Nakai
11. Beijing’s Strategy and Implications for India
Vikram Sood
12. The Rise of China and Implications for Southeast Asia: A Philippine Perspective
Carolina G. Hernandez
13. Hong Kong Citizens┐ Evaluations of the ┐One Country, Two Systems┐ Practice: Assessing the Role of Political Support for China
Timothy Ka-ying Wong and Shirley Po-san Wan
14. A Rising China and Hu Jintao┐s Taiwan Policies
Wen-cheng Lin and Cheng-yi Lin
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About the author (2009)

Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao is the Executive Director of the Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies (CAPAS) at Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan.

Cheng-yi Lin is a research fellow at the Institute of European and American Studies at Academia Sinica in Taipei, Taiwan.

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