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The pulse of China's grand strategy, Jean Kachiga

"This book identifies and assesses the grand strategy of Chinese foreign policy following a flurry of diplomatic and investment activities in recent years. Through its adept application of the concept of grand strategy, it examines a series of questions concerning China's objectives, targets, theaters, operations, coordination and purpose (teleology). By answering these questions, the book uncovers the deeper motivations behind China's diplomatic policy, revealing the 'pulse' of China's grand strategy and its implications more broadly to the structure of the international system. Additionally, it offers an evaluation of the external influence exerted by the United States as the incumbent hegemonic power, presenting both the probable policy attitudes of the US and China's possible reactions and responses. Through these discussions and evaluations, it ultimately reveals that China's motivations are deeply rooted both in its political past and in the interests of its ruling communist party, whose determination is the main source of China's current and future successes in ascending past any other nation. Offering an in-depth exploration of Chinas grand strategy this book will be of great value to students and scholars of Chinese politics, international relations, and diplomacy"--, Provided by publisher
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (269 pages)
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