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Introducing China: the world's oldest great power charts its next comeback

Introducing China: the world's oldest great power charts its next comeback

Huisken, Ronald

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Published The Australian National University, A.C.T. : ANU E Press 2010

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Statement of responsibility: Ron Huisken
ISBN: 1921666196, 9781921666186, 9781921666193
Note: Print version record.
Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Physical Description: 1 online resource.
Series: SDSC Canberra papers on strategy and defence ; 176
Subject: China Politics and government 21st century.; Diplomatic relations.; China Economic conditions 2000-; China Foreign relations.; Politics and government; China.; POLITICAL SCIENCE Security (National & International); Economic history.
Series Title: Canberra papers on strategy and defence ; 176.
Local note: JSTOR Books at JSTOR Open Access

Contents

  1. 1.

    1. Imperial China: Practice Makes Perfect?
    2. China's first rise
    3. The tribute system
    4. The Imperial legacy
  2. 2.

    1. The People's Republic of China: Early Foreign and Security Policy Choices
    2. The Mao era
    3. US-China re-engagement
    4. Post-Cold War: The United States repositions China in its worldview
    5. China re-calibrates
    6. The 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks
    7. Taiwan and Korea: continuing flashpoints
    8. Taiwan
    9. Korea
  3. 3.

    1. China's Military Modernisation
    2. The transparency question
    3. Defence Doctrine and Force Posture
    4. Nuclear forces
    5. Assessment.