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China's Global Strategy: Towards a Multipolar World

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China is fast emerging as a powerful player on the world stage. This book takes a closer look at the country's stance on a range of global issues, arguing that its multipolar diplomacy offers a concrete strategy to constrain the US pursuit of unipolar primacy.

Many people assume that China will follow an imperialistic strategy and therefore be in direct conflict with the Am
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Paperback, 288 pages
Published March 20th 2009 by Pluto Press (first published November 28th 2008)
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