By G. John Ikenberry, Zhu Feng, Wang Jisi
This publication brings jointly twelve students six american citizens and 6 chinese language to discover the methods the United States and China take into consideration foreign order. The e-book indicates how every one country's traditions, old stories, and ideologies impact present worldwide dialogues.
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Swaine, “China’s Assertive Behavior—Part One: On ‘Core Interests,’” China Leadership Monitor, no. org /publications/china-leadership-monitor/article/67966 (accessed March 26, 2012). Thanks to Iain Johnston for this thought. 1 In the People’s Republic of China (PRC), there is now a spectrum of ideas and preferences about world order, competing to guide the rising Chinese power. 2 They range from seeking to restore a millennia-old tianxia (all under the heaven) system of autocratic empire-world order or at least a Pax Sinica (Peace under Chinese Rule) hegemony, to striving for more power to reshape the current world order in accordance to the rising Chinese strength and interests while upholding state sovereignty under the classic Westphalia system, to advocating a peaceful and fuller integration into the post–Cold War, American-led liberal world order, which features human rights-defined national sovereignty, growing role of international and transgovernment regimes and institutions, and globalizing values of democracy and rule of law.
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