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Assessing China’s Power, edited by Jae Ho Chung

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Summary
The topic of China's rise and what it really means for the global and regional order is the subject of intense debate. In this volume, top scholars address China's power today, compare China's power with that of the USA, and forecast China's power in 2025
Table Of Contents
Assessing China's Power / Jae Ho Chung -- China's Economic Power : Catching up with the United States by 2025? / Francois Godement -- China's Domestic Governing Capacity : Prospects and Challenges / Tony Saich -- Evaluating China's Conventional Military Power : The Naval and Air Dimensions / Andrew S. Erickson -- Assessing China's Evolving Nuclear Capabilities / Michael S. Chase -- China's Modernization Efforts and Activities in Outer Space, Cyber Space, and the Arctic / Kevin Pollpeter -- China's Changing Influence on the Multilateral System : From Adaptation to Assertion / Ann Kent -- Evaluating China's Soft Power : Dimensions of Norms and Attraction / Hankwon Kim -- China's Power in Regional Context (I) : Northeast Asia / David Kang -- China's Power in Regional Context (II) : Southeast Asia / Evelyn Goh -- China's Global Power/China as a Global Power / Shaun Breslin -- China's Power from a Chinese Perspective (I) : A Developing Country vs. A Great Power / Suisheng Zhao -- China's Power from a Chinese Perspective (II) : Back to the Center Stage / Zhimin Chen
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed. 2015.
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description
1 online resource (317 p.)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781137534613

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