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 become enmeshed in complex relationships of interdependence.
Thucydides's Trap? Historical Interpretation, Logic of Inquiry, and the Future of Sino-American Relations, Steve Chan Reviewed by Andrew Scobell
China and Grand Strategy: Does the Empire Have a Plan? A Review Essay, Andrew Scobell
Active Defense: China’s Military Strategy since 1949, M. Taylor Fravel Reviewed by Andrew Scobell
Perception and Misperception in U.S.-China Relations, Andrew Scobell
China’s Global Identity: Considering the Responsibilities of a Great Power, Hoo Tiang Boon Reviewed by Andrew Scobellmore by this author
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