Globalization as a Security Strategy: Power and Vulnerability in the “China Model”
ANDREW J. NATHAN AND Andrew Scobell analyze the gains and losses to Chinese security from the country’s embrace of globalization in the post-Mao period. They argue that while China has grown richer and more inﬂuential, it has also been penetrated by global forces that it does not control and enmeshed in complex relationships of interdependence.
The South China Sea and U.S.-China Rivalry, Andrew Scobell
China in the Era of Xi Jinping: Domestic and Foreign Policy Challenges, Robert S. Ross and Jo Inge Bekkevold Reviewed by Andrew Scobell
China Engages the World, Warily: A Review Essay, Andrew Scobell
The Pivot: The Future of American Statecraft in Asia, Kurt M. Campbell Reviewed by Andrew Scobell
Meeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US–China Rivalry, Lyle J. Goldstein Reviewed by ANDREW J. NATHANmore by this author
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