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Title: China as an emerging great power : implications and prospects for east Asian security
Authors: Do Thi Thuy
Keywords: DRNTU::Social sciences::Political science::Political institutions::Asia::China
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: The rapid rise of China in terms of economic, cultural, technological and military power is currently capturing great attention world-wide. The daunting task posing for IR scholars and policy makers is what China would likely to behave as an emerging great power - an aggressive or responsible power? Many works and papers so far suggest a rising dissatisfied China that wants to change the current international system in its favor. China, therefore, will undoubtedly become a revisionist/ non-status quo power to achieve regional hegemony that is likely to create instability in the region. The rise of China, in their eyes, will be definitely conflictual or war-prone. This dissertation, however, proposes an optimistic outlook for China's rising.
Description: 47 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/35810
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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