Transformation of Foreign Affairs and International Relations in China, 1978-2008

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Editor: Yizhou Wang
Transformation of Foreign Affairs and International Relations in China, 1978-2008 is translated from the original Chinese to provide a look into how scholars in China have been assessing the transition of China’s diplomacy and foreign relations. This volume and the others in the SSRC series, provide western scholars with an accessible English language look at the state of current scholarship in China, and as such, does not simply provide information for the direct study of socio-political issues, but also for meta-level analysis of how the domestic scholarship in China is developing and assessing the interplay of the country's political and economic reforms with the society and daily life of its people.
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Table of contents

Content
Chapter 1 China’s Relations with its Neighbors after Reform and Opening up
Chapter 2 Sino-African Relations through Three Decades
Chapter 3 Maturity of Chinese diplomacy as seen in the Evolution of Sino-American Relations
Chapter 4 A New Stage in the Development of China-UN Relation
Chapter 5 China’s Foreign Aid Reform
Chapter 6 Modernization of China’s National Defense
Chapter 7 Emergence of Non-Traditional Security Issues in China and Corresponding Strategies
Chapter 8 Internationalization and Glocal Linkage: A Study of China’s Glocalization (1978-2008)
Chapter 9 Transmission of Globalization Ideas in China and Their Influences
Chapter 10 Development of International Relations Theory in China: Progress and Problems

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