Chinese Foreign Policy: Theory and Practice
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What decision making process is used by the People's Republic of China in forming its foreign policy? Has this process changed at all in recent years, and what can the world expect in their relations with China after Deng Xiaoping? This work offers and unprecedented survey of China's foreign relations since 1949. The contributors include leading historians, economists, and...more
Paperback, 664 pages
Published November 23rd 1995 by OUP Oxford (first published June 23rd 1994)
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I was surprised to see this one with such low marks. This is one of the great first books on Chinese foreign policy. It should be read in context with other books that show the difference between Chinese foreign policy (of the period) and the US view on what Chinese Foreign policy is.
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