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Inside China’s Grand StrategyThe Perspective from the People's Republic$
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Ye Zicheng and Guoli Liu

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780813126456

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813126456.001.0001

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China’s Relations and Strategic Choices with Other Developing World Powers

China’s Relations and Strategic Choices with Other Developing World Powers

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(p.126) (p.127) 4 China’s Relations and Strategic Choices with Other Developing World Powers
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Inside China’s Grand Strategy
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Ye Zicheng

Guoli Liu

Steven I. Levine

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University Press of Kentucky
DOI:10.5810/kentucky/9780813126456.003.0005

Developing or quasi world powers may at times be regarded as the fourth type of world power. They are those powers capable of competing for the position of a world power and on the threshold of becoming a world power in the near future. In general, there are several types of relationships among rising world powers. The first type is a competitive relationship. Relationships among geographically contiguous great powers are usually competitive. The second type is a good neighborly and cooperative relationship. The third type is a hostile relationship. The fourth type of relationship is coexistence. This chapter discusses China's good relations with Russia, particularly after the Cold War; the development of Sino-European relations; Sino-Japanese relations; and the common development between China and India.

Keywords:   multipolarization, quasi world powers, United States, Cold War, Russia, Europe, Japan, India

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