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China's Foreign Relations

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Red Globe Press

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02 April 1998

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The Asia Pacific region has become an increasingly important focus of attention in International Relations in the post-Cold War period and the evolution of Chinese foreign policy holds the key to future developments in this...

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The Asia Pacific region has become an increasingly important focus of attention in International Relations in the post-Cold War period and the evolution of Chinese foreign policy holds the key to future developments in this arena. The collapse of the USSR also highlights China's importance as a potential global super power. This timely text provides a broad-ranging assessment of China's foreign relations at global and regional level and in relation to its disputed territories under foreign control.

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  • Up-to-date and timely study of China's foreign relations written in a lively and accessible style
  • Strong international sales potential especially in Asia, Australasia and Northern Europe

Introduction
A Historical Overview of Chinese Foreign Relations
The View from Beijing
The Structure and Process of Foreign Policy-Making
China and the World Economy
Defending the PRC
China and Global Politics
Regional Relationships
The Future of China's Foreign Relations
Chinese Foreign Policy and International Relations Theory.
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DENNY ROY is Research Fellow in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, The Australian National University, Canberra. He is editor of The New Security Agenda in the Asia-Pacific Region (Macmillan, 1997).

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DENNY ROY is Research Fellow in the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, The Australian National University, Canberra. He is editor of The New Security Agenda in the Asia-Pacific Region (Macmillan, 1997).

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