Understanding a View from Beijing
China's rapid rise as a global economic power has resulted in its growing political influence and military capability. Scholars in the United States, Europe, and Japan have engaged in serious debates about China's grand strategy and its implications. Apart from some China scholars and international relations experts, however, the outside world has not paid close attention to the academic analysis and policy debate about China's emerging grand strategy inside China itself. There is little systematic scholarly analysis by Chinese scholars available in English. In order to answer the question “What does China think?”, one needs to pay close attention to what Chinese scholars have been arguing about China's grand strategy. This book introduces important writings by Chinese scholars about China's grand strategy.
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