Beijing s Power and China s Borders

Twenty Neighbors in Asia Bruce Elleman, Stephen Kotkin, Clive Schofield.
POWER CHINA'S BORDERS Twenty Neighbors in Asia 'ted by Bruce A. E an,
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Beijing s Power and China s Borders

Author: Bruce Elleman

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 9780765627667

Page: 392

View: 405

China shares borders with 20 other countries. Each of these neighbors has its own national interests, and in some cases, these include territorial and maritime jurisdictional claims in places that China also claims. Most of these 20 countries have had a history of border conflicts with China; some of them never amicably settled. This book brings together some of the foremost historians, geographers, political scientists, and legal scholars on modern Asia to examine each of China's twenty land or sea borders.

Beijing s Power and China s Borders

This book brings together some of the foremost historians, geographers, political scientists, and legal scholars on modern Asia to examine each of China's twenty land or sea borders.

Beijing s Power and China s Borders

Author: Stephen Kotkin

Publisher: M E Sharpe Incorporated

ISBN: 9780765627636

Page: 371

View: 410

China shares borders with 20 other countries. Each of these neighbors has its own national interests, and in some cases, these include territorial and maritime jurisdictional claims in places that China also claims. Most of these 20 countries have had a history of border conflicts with China; some of them never amicably settled. This book brings together some of the foremost historians, geographers, political scientists, and legal scholars on modern Asia to examine each of China's twenty land or sea borders.

China s Foreign Aid and Investment Diplomacy Volume III

Beijing's Power and China's Borders: Twenty Neighbors in Asia (Armonk, NY:
M. E. Sharpe, 2013), p. 3. Ibid., p. 9. Shambaugh, China Goes Global, pp. 47 and
45. This connection was stated clearly in Volume 1, Chapter 3. It has been made
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China   s Foreign Aid and Investment Diplomacy  Volume III

Author: John F. Copper

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1137532688

Page: 319

View: 452

Today, by many accounts, China is the world's foremost purveyor of foreign aid and foreign investment to developing countries. This is the product of China's miracle economic growth over a period of more than three decades, together with China's drive to become a major player in world affairs and accomplish this through economic rather than military means. This three-volume work is the first comprehensive study of China's aid and investment strategy to trace how it has evolved since Beijing launched its foreign aid diplomacy at the time of the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949. Volume III offers an analysis of China's foreign aid and investment to countries outside of Asia: in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, and Oceania. Africa was and is the most important of these regions and it is given special treatment. In the concluding chapter, Copper reviews the findings of previous the volumes, delineates China's most important victories and setbacks, and notes opposition to and criticism of China's aid and investment diplomacy. Copper gives evidence that will be shocking to some of the reality that China's financial help to developing countries is one of the most salient trends in international politics and constitutes a formidable challenge to the United States, Japan, and Europe, as well as international financial institutions.

Multilateral Approach In China s Foreign Policy

Beijing's Power and China's Borders: Twenty Neighbours in Asia. New York: M.E.
Sharpe, 2013. Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the Republic of
Zimbabwe. Actively Carrying out International Exchanges and Co-operation in
the ...

Multilateral Approach In China s Foreign Policy

Author: Cheng Joseph Yu-shek

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9813221127

Page: 704

View: 342

Since the mid-1990s, the Chinese authorities have gradually come to embrace multilateralism to realize their basic foreign policy objectives in maintaining a peaceful international environment and enhancing China's international status and influence. This embrace is largely based on pragmatic considerations. There is no denial, however, that elements of liberalism and constructivism gradually enter into the considerations of Chinese leaders. They accept, for example, that non-traditional security issues can only be tackled through genuine multilateralism. This volume carefully examines China's increased participation in multilateral organizations and mechanisms and its efforts to initiate and develop its own discourses on global affairs straddling Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the Latin American continents. China's presence in international multilateral organizations has been providing developing countries a better chance to maintain a balance of power. Since China has no ambitious plan to transform the existing international order, its increasing enthusiastic engagement of multilateralism is likely to be accepted by the international community. Contents: PrefaceAbout the AuthorList of TablesAcronyms and AbbreviationsMultilateralism — Theoretical Issues and China's Approach in Foreign PolicyChina in Asia: China's Asian Policy in the Early Twenty-First Century: Adjusting to its Increasing StrengthChina's Regional Strategy and Challenges in East AsiaChina's ASEAN Policy in the 1990s: Pushing for Regional Multi-polarityThe Path of Least Resistance: China's Way of Engagement in Southeast AsiaThe ASEAN-China Free Trade Area — Success or Failure? A Preliminary Evaluation Based on Econometric EvidenceChina-ASEAN Economic Co-Operation and the Role of ProvincesChina and the World: The Shanghai Co-Operation Organisation: China's Initiative in Regional Institutional BuildingChina's Approach to Shanghai Co-operation Organisation: Institutional Building, Economic Co-operation and the Challenge from AfghanistanChina's Relations with the Gulf Co-operation Council States: Multi-level Diplomacy in a Divided Arab WorldChina's Approach to BRICSLatin America in China's Contemporary Foreign PolicyChina's African Policy in the Post-Cold War EraBibliographyIndex Readership: Policymakers, academics, professionals, undergraduate and graduate students interested in China's foreign policy. Keywords: Multilateralism;China;Foreign Policy;International RelationsReview: Key Features: It is a valuable reference book for undergraduate students, postgraduate students and scholars in the fields of China's foreign policy and international relations in the Asia-PacificIt is a most up-to-date account of China's approaches to its most significant multilateral regional organizations and forumsIn view of China's importance in international politics and economy, it is important to understand its policy

The Baron s Cloak

Beijing's Power and China's Borders: Twenty Neighbors in Asia (Armonk, N.Y.,
2012), 171–72; and Makoto, Mongolyn martagdsan tuukh, 345–74. For Chinese
assessments (which are still negative, for PRC historians and those in Taiwan ...

The Baron s Cloak

Author: Willard Sunderland

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801471060

Page: 360

View: 205

Baron Roman Fedorovich von Ungern-Sternberg (1885–1921) was a Baltic German aristocrat and tsarist military officer who fought against the Bolsheviks in Eastern Siberia during the Russian Civil War. From there he established himself as the de facto warlord of Outer Mongolia, the base for a fantastical plan to restore the Russian and Chinese empires, which then ended with his capture and execution by the Red Army as the war drew to a close. In The Baron’s Cloak, Willard Sunderland tells the epic story of the Russian Empire’s final decades through the arc of the Baron’s life, which spanned the vast reaches of Eurasia. Tracking Ungern’s movements, he transits through the Empire’s multinational borderlands, where the country bumped up against three other doomed empires, the Habsburg, Ottoman, and Qing, and where the violence unleashed by war, revolution, and imperial collapse was particularly vicious. In compulsively readable prose that draws on wide-ranging research in multiple languages, Sunderland recreates Ungern’s far-flung life and uses it to tell a compelling and original tale of imperial success and failure in a momentous time. Sunderland visited the many sites that shaped Ungern’s experience, from Austria and Estonia to Mongolia and China, and these travels help give the book its arresting geographical feel. In the early chapters, where direct evidence of Ungern’s activities is sparse, he evokes peoples and places as Ungern would have experienced them, carefully tracing the accumulation of influences that ultimately came together to propel the better documented, more notorious phase of his career Recurring throughout Sunderland’s magisterial account is a specific artifact: the Baron’s cloak, an essential part of the cross-cultural uniform Ungern chose for himself by the time of his Mongolian campaign: an orangey-gold Mongolian kaftan embroidered in the Khalkha fashion yet outfitted with tsarist-style epaulettes on the shoulders. Like his cloak, Ungern was an imperial product. He lived across the Russian Empire, combined its contrasting cultures, fought its wars, and was molded by its greatest institutions and most volatile frontiers. By the time of his trial and execution mere months before the decree that created the USSR, he had become a profoundly contradictory figure, reflecting both the empire’s potential as a multinational society and its ultimately irresolvable limitations.

China and the Developing World

Featuring contributions by recognized experts, this in-depth examintion of China's evolving relationship with the developing world reflects sweeping changes both within and outside of China and the transformation of geopolitics since the ...

China and the Developing World

Author: Joshua Eisenman

Publisher: M.E. Sharpe

ISBN: 0765624656

Page: 255

View: 303

Featuring contributions by recognized experts, this in-depth examintion of China's evolving relationship with the developing world reflects sweeping changes both within and outside of China and the transformation of geopolitics since the end of the cold war.

China s Ascent

state that affect the significance of China's rising power. ... political loyalty of the
people in these ethnically distinct border regions, Beijing must also dedicate
some of its military investment to contingencies that might affect its control over
them.

China s Ascent

Author: Robert S. Ross

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801456983

Page: 336

View: 464

Assessments of China's importance on the world stage usually focus on a single dimension of China's increasing power, rather than on the multiple sources of China's rise, including its economic might and the continuing modernization of its military. This book offers multiple analytical perspectives—constructivist, liberal, neorealist—on the significance of the many dimensions of China's regional and global influence. Distinguished authors consider the likelihood of conflict and peaceful accommodation as China grows ever stronger. They look at the changing position of China "from the inside": How do Chinese policymakers evaluate the contemporary international order and what are the regional and global implications of that worldview? The authors also address the implications of China's increasing power for Chinese policymaking and for the foreign policies of Korea, Japan, and the United States.

In the Dragon s Shadow

Drawing on more than a decade of on-the-ground experience, Sebastian Strangio explores the impacts of China's rise on Southeast Asia, the varied ways in which the countries of the region are responding, and what it might mean for the future ...

In the Dragon s Shadow

Author: Sebastian Strangio

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 0300234031

Page: 352

View: 461

A timely look at the impact of China's booming emergence on the countries of Southeast Asia Today, Southeast Asia stands uniquely exposed to the waxing power of the new China. Three of its nations border China and five are directly impacted by its claims over the South China Sea. All dwell in the lengthening shadow of its influence: economic, political, military, and cultural. As China seeks to restore its former status as Asia's preeminent power, the countries of Southeast Asia face an increasingly stark choice: flourish within Beijing's orbit or languish outside of it. Meanwhile, as rival powers including the United States take concerted action to curb Chinese ambitions, the region has emerged as an arena of heated strategic competition. Drawing on more than a decade of on-the-ground experience, Sebastian Strangio explores the impacts of China's rise on Southeast Asia, the varied ways in which the countries of the region are responding, and what it might mean for the future balance of power in the Indo-Pacific.

Military Power of the People s Republic of China 2009

by China's coal-fired power plants and yellow dust storms that originate in the
Gobi desert. ... on Mainland China or Taiwan, could cause Beijing to calculate its
interests, and its preferred course of action differently. ... Islands, Afghanistan,
and Pakistan), China's leaders hope to avoid regional instability spilling across
China's borders and thereby interfering with economic development or domestic
stability.

Military Power of the People s Republic of China 2009

Author: Timothy Keating

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1437914861

Page: 66

View: 355

Contents: (1) Understanding China¿s Strategy; (2) China¿s Mil. Strategy and Doctrine; (3) Force Modernization (FM) Goals and Trends; (4) Resources for FM; (5) FM and Security in the Taiwan Strait; (6) Develop. in: China¿s Strategy, in the Security Situation in the Taiwan Strait, in the Size, Location, and Capabilities of PRC Mil. Forces, in PLA Doctrine, in PRC Efforts to Develop, Acquire, or Gain Access to Advanced Technologies That Could Enhance Its Military Capabilities, and in China¿s Asymmetric Capabilities; Challenges to Taiwan¿s Deterrent Forces; (7) China¿s Mil. Diplomacy; Joint Exercises; Peacekeeping Oper.; Humanitarian Assist. and Disaster Relief; Arms Sales; (8) China and Taiwan Forces Data. Maps, charts and tables.

China

Apprehension in Asia and the United States that China's military power was
becoming potentially dangerous to the region did not emerge until the cold war's
end. Four major developments in Beijing's defense policies intersected to create
the image of potential peril. ... were directed no longer to prepare for a major,
possibly nuclear, war with the Soviet Union but for local, limited wars on China's
borders.

China

Author: David B.H. Denoon

Publisher: NYU Press

ISBN: 9780814721407

Page: 245

View: 121

China’s dramatic transformation over the past fifteen years has drawn its share of attention and fear from the global community and world leaders. Far from the inward-looking days of the Cultural Revolution, modern China today is the world’s fourth largest economy, with a net product larger than that of France and the United Kingdom. And China’s dynamism is by no means limited to its economy: enrollments in secondary and higher education are rapidly expanding, and new means of communication are vastly increasing information available to the Chinese public. In two decades, the Chinese government has also transformed its foreign relations—Beijing is now consulted on virtually every key development within the region. However, the Communist Party of China still dominates all aspects of political life. The Politburo is still self-selecting, Beijing chooses province governors, censorship is widespread, and treatment of dissidents remains harsh. In China, leading experts provide an overview of the region, highlighting key issues as they developed in the People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Edited with an introduction by David B. H. Denoon, an authority on China, this volume of articles covers recent events and key issues in understanding this growing superpower. Organized into three thematic sections—foreign policy and national security, economic policy and social issues, and domestic politics and governance—the essays cover salient topics such as China's military power, de-communization, growing economic strength, nationalism, and the possibility for democracy. The volume also contains current maps as well as a “Recent Chronology of Events” which provides a decade's worth of information on the region, organized by year and by country. Contributors: Liu Binyan, David B.H. Denoon, Bruce J. Dickson, June Teufel Dreyer, Michael Dutton, Elizabeth Economy, Barry Eichengreen, Edward Friedman, Dru C. Gladney, Paul H. B. Godwin, Merle Goldman, Richard Madsen, Barry Naughton, Lucian W. Pye, Tony Saich, David Shambaugh, Robert Sutter, Michael D. Swaine, and Tyrene White.

China s Foreign Relations

In this timely text, Denny Roy shows how the drive for security and power underlying Chinese foreign policy is reinforced by other important factors, including China's internal political struggles and unique, historically driven perceptions ...

China s Foreign Relations

Author: Denny Roy

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780847690138

Page: 264

View: 956

In this timely text, Denny Roy shows how the drive for security and power underlying Chinese foreign policy is reinforced by other important factors, including China's internal political struggles and unique, historically driven perceptions of international affairs. Providing a wide-ranging assessment of China's foreign policy, the author explores the PRC's relationships with key international organizations and countries, including the United States, Japan, Russia, Korea, India, and the Southeast Asian states.

Jesus in Beijing

How Christianity Is Transforming China And Changing the Global Balance of
Power David Aikman ... migrated to Russian border areas and, as we will see
later, the network has extensive plans for missionary work outside of China's
borders, ...

Jesus in Beijing

Author: David Aikman

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1596986522

Page: 418

View: 129

This book details the great unreported story of the Chinese giant, its enormously rapid conversion to Christianity, and what this change means to the global balance of power.

Teaching Recent Global History

... 1789–1991 (with Catherine Evtuhov) (2003); Korea at the Center: Dynamics of
Regionalism in Northeast Asia (with Charles Armstrong, Gil Rozman, and Sam
Kim) (2005); and China's Borders and Beijing's Power: Twenty Neighbors in Asia
 ...

Teaching Recent Global History

Author: Diana B. Turk

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1136638369

Page: 276

View: 990

Teaching Recent Global History explores innovative ways to teach world history, beginning with the early 20th century. The authors’ unique approach unites historians, social studies teachers, and educational curriculum specialists to offer historically rich, pedagogically innovative, and academically rigorous lessons that help students connect with and deeply understand key events and trends in recent global history. Highlighting the best scholarship for each major continent, the text explores the ways that this scholarship can be adapted by teachers in the classroom in order to engage and inspire students. Each of the eight main chapters highlights a particularly important event or theme, which is then complemented by a detailed discussion of a particular methodological approach. Key features include: • An overarching narrative that helps readers address historical arguments; • Relevant primary documents or artifacts, plus a discussion of a particular historical method well-suited to teaching about them; • Lesson plans suitable for both middle and secondary level classrooms; • Document-based questions and short bibliographies for further research on the topic. This invaluable book is ideal for any aspiring or current teacher who wants to think critically about how to teach world history and make historical discussions come alive for students.

Soft Power in China

Chinese. Diaspora,. the. Internet,and. the. Image. of. China:ACase. Studyofthe.
Beijing. Olympic. Torch. Relay. HONGMEILI On ... The Internet notonly reinforced
online and offline activism butalso modified nationalism across national borders.

Soft Power in China

Author: J. Wang

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 023011637X

Page: 219

View: 665

This book is about how China strives to rebuild its soft power through communication. It recounts China's efforts by examining a set of public diplomacy tactics and programs in its pursuit of a 'new' and 'improved' global image. These case studies invites the reader to a more expansive discussion on the instruments of soft power.

China s New Journey to the West

China's Emergence in Central Asia and Implications for U.S. Interests : a Report
of the CSIS Freeman Chair in China Studies Bates Gill, Matthew Oresman ...
China's border — a fact that has not altered Beijing's overall Central Asia policy
China has responded with restraint, ... Beijing recognizes that national
priorities require benign engagement in Central Asia, and it has eschewed
balance-of-power ...

China s New Journey to the West

Author: Bates Gill

Publisher: CSIS

ISBN: 9780892064342

Page: 51

View: 327

China s Power and Asian Security

This book maps the growth of China’s political, economic, and military capabilities and its impact on the security order in Asia over the coming decades.

China s Power and Asian Security

Author: Mingjiang Li

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317668170

Page: 292

View: 958

One of the most significant factors for contemporary international relations is the growth of China’s economic, military, and political power. Indeed, few analysts would dispute the observation that China’s power has strongly influenced the structure of the international system, major-power strategic relations, international security, the patterns of trans-border economic activities, and most importantly, the political and security dynamics in Asia in the twenty-first century. This book maps the growth of China’s political, economic, and military capabilities and its impact on the security order in Asia over the coming decades. While updating the emerging power dimensions and prevailing discourse, it provides a nuanced analysis of whether the growth of Chinese power is resulting in Beijing becoming more assertive, or even aggressive, in its behavior and pursuit of national interests. It also examines how the key Asian countries perceive and react to the growth of China’s power and how US rebalancing would play out in the context of Beijing’s political, economic, and military power. China’s Power and Asian Security will be of huge interest to student and scholars of Asian politics, Chinese politics, security studies and international security and international relations more generally.

Dharamsala and Beijing

Soon after Deng Xiaoping’s return to power in 1978, the first contacts were made. Using rare documents, this is the story of thirty years of encounters between the Tibetan Administration in Dharamsala and Beijing.

Dharamsala and Beijing

Author: Claude Arpi

Publisher: Lancer Publishers LLC

ISBN: 1935501518

Page:

View: 616

In October 1950, Communist China invaded Tibet. After nine years of difficult co-habitation with the occupiers, the Dalai Lama, the young temporal and spiritual leader of the Tibetans, had no choice but to flee his country to take refuge in India. It took 20 years for the Tibetans to renew a dialogue with the leaders in Beijing. Soon after Deng Xiaoping’s return to power in 1978, the first contacts were made. Using rare documents, this is the story of thirty years of encounters between the Tibetan Administration in Dharamsala and Beijing. Today the stalemate continues; Beijing refuses to offer any sort of concession to the Dalai Lama’s demand for a genuine autonomy for Tibet. Just like the border ‘talks’ between India and China, the negotiations with Dharamsala have never really started. Reading through this book one understands how the relations between India and China are inextricably linked to the status of Tibet. Further, the present unrest in Tibet renders China unstable and increasingly belligerent towards India which gave refuge to the Tibetans.

China s Naval Operations in the South China Sea

This book seeks to examine the evolving perception of the People's Republic of China's (PRC) of the South China Sea (SCS), and Beijing's accompanying maritime strategy to claim them, particularly in the context of the strategies of the ...

China s Naval Operations in the South China Sea

Author: Bruce A. Elleman

Publisher: Renaissance Books Asia Pacific

ISBN: 9781898823674

Page: 288

View: 294

This book provides a history of the South China Sea conflict and lays out the stakes for each of the bordering states and China's interaction with them - namely, Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Indonesia; it also examines the U.S. government's role in the region. China's Naval Operations in the South China Sea is highly topical; it examines the evolving perception of the People's Republic of China's (PRC) of the South China Sea (SCS), and Beijing's accompanying maritime strategy to claim the islands and waters, particularly in the context of the strategies of the neighbouring stake-holding nations. In addition to long-standing territorial disputes over the islands and waters of the SCS, China and the other littoral states--Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, Taiwan, and Indonesia--have growing and often mutually exclusive interests in the offshore energy reserves and fishing grounds. Many other countries outside of the region worry about the protection of sea lines of communication for military and commercial traffic, oil tankers in particular. These differences have been expressed in the increasing frequency and intensity of maritime incidents, involving both naval and civilian vessels, sometimes working in coordination against naval or civilian targets. Each chapter on the littoral states closely examines that state's territorial claims to the islands and waters of the SCS, its primary economic and military interests in these areas, its views on the sovereignty disputes over the entire SCS, its strategy to achieve its objectives, and its views on the U.S. involvement in any and all of these issues.

Great Games Local Rules

The New Great Power Contest in Central Asia Alexander Cooley ...
Fromthisstrategic starting point, China's engagementwith CentralAsiaswiftly has
expandedand deepened, with Beijing ... governed states, lingering
borderdisputes, economicunderdevelopment, anduncontrolled transnational
threats into a region of strategic ...

Great Games  Local Rules

Author: Alexander Cooley

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199978581

Page: 272

View: 187

The struggle between Russia and Great Britain over Central Asia in the nineteenth century was the original "great game." But in the past quarter century, a new "great game" has emerged, pitting America against a newly aggressive Russia and a resource-hungry China, all struggling for influence over the same region, now one of the most volatile areas in the world: the long border region stretching from Iran through Pakistan to Kashmir. In Great Games, Local Rules, Alexander Cooley, one of America's most respected international relations scholars, explores the dynamics of the new competition for control of the region since 9/11. All three great powers have crafted strategies to increase their power in the area, which includes Afghanistan and the former Soviet republics of Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. Each nation is pursuing important goals: basing rights for the US, access to natural resources for the Chinese, and increased political influence for the Russians. However, overlooked in all of the talk about this new great game is fact that the Central Asian governments have proven themselves critical agents in their own right, establishing local rules for external power involvement that serve to fend off foreign interest. As a result, despite a decade of intense interest from the United States, Russia, and China, Central Asia remains a collection of segmented states, and the external competition has merely reinforced the sovereign authority of the individual Central Asian governments. A careful and surprising analysis of how small states interact with great powers in a vital region, Great Games, Local Rules greatly advances our understanding of how global politics actually works in the contemporary era.

China s Search for Security

Andrew J. Nathan and Andrew Scobell analyze China's security concerns on four fronts: at home, with its immediate neighbors, in surrounding regional systems, and in the world beyond Asia.

China s Search for Security

Author: Andrew James Nathan

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231140509

Page: 406

View: 604

Andrew J. Nathan and Andrew Scobell analyze China's security concerns on four fronts: at home, with its immediate neighbors, in surrounding regional systems, and in the world beyond Asia. By illuminating the issues driving Chinese policy, they offer a new perspective on the country's rise and a strategy for balancing Chinese and American interests in Asia. The authors probe recent troubles in Tibet and Xinjiang, exploring their links to forces beyond China's borders. They also consider the tactics deployed by mainland China and Taiwan, as the latter seeks to maintain autonomy in the face of Chinese advances toward unification, and they evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of China's three main power resources--economic power, military power, and soft power.