China turns to multilateralism : foreign policy and regional security / edited by Guoguang Wu and Helen Lansdowne.

London ; New York : Routledge, 2008.
xiii, 303 p. ; ill. ; 24 cm.


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Routledge contemporary China series ; 24 [More in this series]
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • International multilateralism with Chinese characteristics : attitude changes, policy imperatives, and regional impacts / Guoguang Wu and Helen Lansdowne
  • China's new internationalism / Lowell Dittmer
  • Racing to integrate, or cooperating to compete? : liberal and realist interpretations of China's new multilateralism / Thomas G. Moore
  • New player in the game : China, arms control, and multilateralism / Jing-Dong Yuan
  • China's multilateralism and regional order / Michael Yahuda
  • China and the North Korean nuclear problem : diplomatic initiative, strategic complexities, and relevance of security multilateralism / Yinhong Shi
  • China and SCO : towards a new type of interstate relations / Jianwei Wang
  • Chinese and ASEAN responses to the US regional maritime security initiative / Gaye Christoffersen
  • Maritime security and multilateral interactions between China and its neighbours / Keyuan Zou
  • Intentions on trial : "peaceful rise" and Sino-ASEAN relations / Yongnian Zheng and Sow Keat Tok
  • Peaceful rise? soft power? : human rights in China's new multilateralism / Jeremy Paltiel
  • China's petroleum diplomacy : Hu Jintao's biggest challenge in foreign and security policy / Willy Lam
  • China's multilateralism and its impacts on cross-strait relations : a view from Taipei / Dong-Ching Day
  • An exception to the growing emphasis on multilateralism : the case of China's policy toward Hong Kong / Jean-Philippe Beja
  • Multiple levels of multilateralism : the rising China in the turbulent world / Guoguang Wu.
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