Week 14-1 Review (3)

Week 14-1 Review (3) - Rigid and hardening via shocks and...

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Can China rise peacefully? Is cooperation possible in East Asia? How do realist, liberalist, and constructivist views explain the implication of a rising China? Question 6 Theory Optimists Pessimists Liberalism Interdependence Institutions Democratization PRC regime Authoritarian US regime A crusading democracy “Interactive Effects” Realism PRC power Limited PRC aims Constrained Security dilemma Muted PRC Power Rising PRC Aims Expanding Security Dilemma Intense Constructivism Identities, strategic cultures, norms Flexible and “softening” via institutional contact Identities, strategic cultures, norms
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Unformatted text preview: Rigid and hardening via shocks and crises What is Chinas regional strategy and the sources of Chinese influence? What efforts has China made in multilateral, political, economic and security dimensions in order to reassure its neighbor countries? Question 7 Peaceful Rise The Focus of Foreign Policy Chinas Reassurance Strategy Diplomatic Aspects New Security Concept Multilateral Relations Economic Aspects Responsible Power (The 1997 Asian Financial Crisis) Military Aspects The Implication of Multilateralism in Foreign Policy...
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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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