China and East Asian Strategic Dynamics

China and East Asian Strategic Dynamics : The Shaping of a New Regional Order

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China and East Asian Strategic Dynamics: the Shaping of a New Regional Order, edited by Mingjiang Li and Dongmin Lee, examines how China's remarkable economic growth and its proactive diplomatic efforts in recent years have not only shored up its importance in global issues, but also induced a transformation of the strategic dynamics in East Asia. Given that the rise of China is has been a prominent issue in politics and economics worldwide, this edited collection is essential for a wide audience of policy-makers, academics, and students alike.show more

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  • Hardback | 312 pages
  • 154.94 x 231.14 x 25.4mm | 158.76g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • 0739167944
  • 9780739167946
  • 2,091,421

About Mingjiang Li

Mingjiang Li is assistant professor at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Dongmin Lee is assistant professor at RSIS, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.show more

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One of the most serious challenges in today's world is how the existing international order can accommodate the rise of China. This is particularly true in East Asia. A rising China has generated increasingly great dynamics for the region's order. Mingjiang Li and Dongmin Lee have brought together more than one dozen established scholars in the field to examine the key aspects of progress and problems of the evolving international order in East Asia. They highlight how China has developed its own strategy in building an East Asian international order, how it has interacted with other powers such as the USA, India, and ASEAN states in the process, and what major hindrances for the future of the regional order. Scholars and policy makers will find relevant and useful insights and wisdom in this well-researched and well-structured book. -- Zheng Yongnian, director, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, director, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore China and East Asian Strategic Dynamics, is a valuable publication[.]...This volume overall is a welcome and accessible addition to the burgeoning field of study of China's role in the region. Journal of Chinese Political Scienceshow more

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 Part One: China's Soft and Hard Power in East Asia Chapter 3 Chapter One: Community Building or Rebalancing? China and the US in Southeast Asia Chapter 4 Chapter Two: PLA Modernization: Motivations, Directions, and the Revolution in Military Affairs Part 5 Part Two: China and Major Power Strategic Interactions Chapter 6 Chapter Three: China's Encumbered Rise: Implications for Sino-American Relations Chapter 7 Chapter Four: Japanese Perspectives on China's Strategic and Security Roles in East Asia Chapter 8 Chapter Five: The Rise of China and the Security Dynamics in the Korean Peninsula Chapter 9 Chapter Six: The Rise of China: An Indian Perspective Chapter 10 Chapter Seven: China's Evolving Strategic Profile in East Asia: A Southeast Asian Perspective Part 11 Part Three: China's Strategic Approach to East Asian Regionalism Chapter 12 Chapter Eight: China and East Asian Regional Cooperation: Institution-building Efforts, Strategic Calculations, and Preference for Informal Approach Chapter 13 Chapter Nine: Too Big to Fit: China's Regionalisms and the Limits of Institutional Building in East Asia Part 14 Part Four: Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations and Strategic Impact on China and East Asia Chapter 15 Chapter Ten: Power Shift, Asymmetric Interests and Buck-Passing: Assessing the Dynamics of Recent US-China-Taiwan Relations Chapter 16 Chapter Eleven: US Policy and Cross Strait Rapprochement: What Beijing May Expect From Washington Part 17 Part Five: China and Maritime Strategic Order in East Asia Chapter 18 Chapter Twelve: UNCLOS and the Maritime Security of China Chapter 19 Chapter Thirteen: China's Maritime Security Considerations under the International Law of the Sea Chapter 20 About the Contributors Chapter 21 Indexshow more