Week 13-1 Chinese Foreign Policy (3)

Week 13-1 Chinese - Chinas Reassurance Campaign Economic Aspects Beijings Accession to the WTO(2001 Negotiation of Regional and Bilateral Free

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Economic Aspects Beijing’s Accession to the WTO (2001) Negotiation of Regional and Bilateral Free Trade Agreements (FTA) in Asia Currency Responsibility Despite the economic hardship, China did not devaluate its currency during the 1997 Asian financial crisis. China could gain the reputation of “responsible economic superpower.” China’s Reassurance Campaign
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Military Aspects Military Modernization Defense budgets increased at a double-digit rate since the late 1990s The increase of its transparency on military issues by publishing white papers on national defense on a regular basis UN peacekeeping mission and counterterrorism activities Joint naval exercise with the U.S., Japan, and others Territorial Disputes China has peacefully resolved almost all of land border disputes with its neighbors. China’s Reassurance Campaign
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Multilateral Approaches China was reluctant to join multilateral forums because multilateral norms and rules would constrain its ability to
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2011 for the course POLC 3020 taught by Professor Kim during the Fall '10 term at Tulane.

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Week 13-1 Chinese - Chinas Reassurance Campaign Economic Aspects Beijings Accession to the WTO(2001 Negotiation of Regional and Bilateral Free

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