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China and the World

Balance, Imbalance and Rebalance

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Edited by SHAO Binhong

What is China's rightful place on the world stage? Will the world remain unipolar as signs of American decline appear to be mounting? How can China maintain a harmonious relationship with its neighbors? What does China intend to do with the new power and influence that appears to be at its disposal? In light of emergent post-2008 economic realities, how should China adjust its foreign economic relations? This volume, the first of its kind, gathers a collection of translations of influential essays, talks, and papers on Chinese foreign policy, national security, and foreign economic relations written by Chinese elites. Many papers have also served as propositions for policy prescriptions to China's leaders, the vast majority of which have to date only been available in Chinese.

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Edited by Jan van der Harst and Tjalling Halbertsma

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Jan van der Harst and Tjalling Halbertsma

Crossroads

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Asian Interactions

Crossroads is designed as an international forum for contributions related to the analysis of exchange relations, connections and interactions across the Asian world. The “Asian World” in this context connotes not only the (Eur-)Asian continent and countries in adjacent maritime spaces, such as the Indian Ocean or the Asia-Pacific, but regions elsewhere that are connected to Asia through trade, politics, science and knowledge transfer, diffusion of ideas, culture, migration, etc. These connections can be continental (overland) or maritime (overseas), bilateral or multilateral, as well as empirical or imaginary. The journal welcomes contributions that offer new insights into the history of Asian connections and interactions, employing disciplinary or interdisciplinary frameworks, analysing archaeological, textual, oral, visual, or other sources, and can range from historical studies to contemporary topics. The journal was formerly entitled Crossroads — Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World 縱横 — 東亞世界交流史研究 クロスロード — 東アジア世界の交流史研究.

纵横:亚洲交往研究跨学科期刊 纵横学刊的策划宗旨,是成为一个国际论坛,为分析整个亚洲世界的交换关系、联系和互动作出贡献。在这个语境中,“亚洲世界”不仅意味着位于(欧洲-)亚洲大陆和毗邻海洋空间的国家,例如印度洋或亚太地区,还意味着通过贸易、政治、科学、知识转移、思想传播、文化、移民等形式与亚洲相连的其他地区。这些联系包括大陆(陆上)或海上(海外)的联系,双边或多边的联系,也包括经验的或想象的联系。 本刊欢迎踊跃来稿,稿件内容应能为亚洲联系与互动史提供新见解,应用专业或跨学科框架,分析考古发现、文本资料、口述史料、视觉材料或其他来源,研究范围从历史研究到当代主题俱可。

縱橫:亞洲交往研究跨學科期刊 縱橫學刊的策劃宗旨,是成為一個國際論壇,為分析整個亞洲世界的交換關係、聯繫和互動作出貢獻。在這個語境中,“亞洲世界”不僅意味著位於(歐洲-)亞洲大陸和毗鄰海洋空間的國家,例如印度洋或亞太地區,還意味著通過貿易、政治、科學、知識轉移、思想傳播、文化、移民等形式與亞洲相連的其他地區。這些聯繫包括大陸(陸上)或海上(海外)的聯繫,雙邊或多邊的聯繫,也包括經驗的或想像的聯繫。本刊歡迎踴躍來稿,稿件內容應能為亞洲聯繫與互動史提供新見解,應用專業或跨學科框架,分析考古發現、文本資料、口述史料、視覺材料或其他來源,研究範圍從歷史研究到當代主題俱可。

『クロスロード:アジア世界における交流関係に関する学際研究ジャーナル』 『クロスロード』は、アジア世界における相互間交流とその影響を分析・研究し、国際的な場での討論・意見交換を行うことを目的としたジャーナルです。このジャーナルで意味する「アジア世界」とは、アジア(あるいは、ユーラシア)大陸, インド洋やアジア太平洋などの隣接する海域諸国だけでなく、貿易、政治、科学、知識の伝達、アイデアの拡散、文化、移民など通じてアジアと交流関係を持つ地域すべてをも含みます。これらの交流関係は、大陸(陸路)または海上(海路)、二国間または多国間、経験的または想像を通して行われてきました。このジャーナルは、専門的な観点から、または、学際的な枠組みの観点から、考古学、テキスト、オーラル(oral)、ビジュアル(visual)、さらに、その他の関連資料を分析し、歴史研究から現代に関するトピックスに至るまで、アジアとの繋がりと相互間交流の歴史に対して、新しい視点を提示する論考の寄稿を歓迎いたします。

『크로스로드: 아시아세계의 교류관계에 관한 학제간 연구 저널』 『크로스로드』는 아시아 세계의 교류관계, 연결 및 상호 작용을 분석하는 연구들을 증진하기 위한 국제적 학술포럼입니다. 여기서 “아시아 세계”란 아시아 (혹은 유라시아) 대륙 및 인도양이나 아시아 태평양 등의 인접 해양 지대에 있는 국가들을 비롯해, 무역, 정치, 과학과 지식의 전파, 사상과 문화의 확산, 이주 등을 통해 연결된 모든 지역을 포괄합니다. 이들의 교류관계는 실제적 관계 혹은 상상을 통한 연결, 대륙 (육로) 또는 해상 (해로) 공간을 통한 교류, 양자 간 또는 다자간 연결관계를 모두 포함합니다. 연구 범위로 역사 연구로부터 현대에 관련된 주제를 망라하는 이 저널은 전문분야 혹은 학제 간 연구방법을 활용하고 고고학, 문서, 구두, 미술 사료 등의 다양한 사료의 분석을 통해 아시아 사회들의 교류 및 상호작용의 역사에 대한 새로운 통찰력을 제공하는 논문의 기고를 환영합니다.

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Edited by Ashok Kapur

Asia has emerged as the centre of international conflict and change in the post-war era. In Europe the post-cold war approach is to adjust East-West power relationships without disturbing the territorial status quo, and to conduct foreign policy according to classical European principles of compromise and compensation. Asians are newcomers in world affairs. Asian diplomatic traditions differ from European ones, and there are many border disputes and power rivalries. The idea of 'Asia' was created by Europeans for Europeans and it led to Western dominance of Asia. From colonial subjects, Asians have become important players in military, economic and diplomatic affairs. To understand the Asian dimension of contemporary world affairs we need to take a fresh look at Asian diplomatic ideas and practices. This volume brings together recognised experts to explain the imperatives and external policies of different types of Asian states.