China Perspectives on Global Security: Review and Analysis (Volume 1)

Editor: Li Shenming, Zhang Yuyan

ISBN: 978-1-84464-297-7

Ebook ISBN: 9781844643400

Hardback-210 pages

May 31, 2013

English

$98

Description:

Edited by Li Shenming and Zhang Yuyan from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, this timely book unveils China’s current political concerns and security fears. Readers outside of China can now discover China’s worries and fears, helping to contextualise the latest Chinese diplomatic and international relations policies. The research-based content includes authoritative Chinese academic analysis on the very latest situations around the world. These include: dramatic changes in the Middle East and North Africa; the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan; key developments amongst China’s near neighbours; continuing European financial woes; evolving climate change and energy policies; perceived terrorism threats; comment on the various military and conflict situations around the world. This detailed report outlines exactly how China views the world, plus the reader will benefit from insightful material by leading Chinese academics on the growing prominence of the Chinese government on the global political stage. Published by Paths International, in association with China’s Social Sciences Academic Press, this title is one of a series of annual reports offering an opportunity to access the latest material on China’s international relations strategies. These books are highly detailed and research-led, supplying expert analysis from key Chinese policy advisors.

About the Author:

Li Shenming, Professor, Ph.D. Candidate Supervisor, Vice-president of CASS (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) and Zhang Yuyan, Ph.D. Economics, Professor, Ph.D. Candidate Supervisor, Director of the Institute of World Economics and Politics of CASS (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences).

 

 

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