The great farewell censorship propaganda minder

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The Great Farewell Censorship Propaganda minder MAY 19, 2016: China’s Grand Strategy 1. Modernization development of China’s armed forces 2. Assert China’s sovereignty over disputed territories 3. Promote China’s regional and global leadership while undercutting the United States 4. Opposition to Japanese Rearmament 5. Diplomacy to assure China’s neighbor of her peaceful intent 6. Economic development by engaging the international economy 7. Participation in international institutions 8. International prestige by commitment to international norms China’s Major Goals: Get access to markets, suppliers, and resources Make peace with neighbors Prevent Taiwan’s independence and work toward unification Get other countries to oppose what Beijing calls “separatism” Build strong enough military forces to deter foreign aggression and upload Chinese offshore interests Advance “peaceful China” notion and discredit the “China threat” notion Deter foreigners from opposing or cooperating against Chinese objectives Undercut US attempts to limit China’s regional leadership Promote international stability Cultivate relationships with regional states that do not oppose Chinese interests Build network of partnerships and friendly ties through diplomacy, multilateralism, and economic ties Maintain Chinese claims to disputed territory Chinese Exceptionalism:
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1. Distrust of alliances a. Partners with enemies of China’s enemies b. “Pragmatic Balancing” 2. Experience with great power with imperialism a. Harmonious World b. Harmonious Society Five Principles: New Security Concept (developed with India) 1. Mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity 2. Mutual non-aggression 3. Non-interference in each other’s internal affairs 4. Equality and mutual benefit 5. Peaceful Co-existence Deng’s Six Principles 1. Observe calmly 2. Stabilize our position 3. Handle matters patiently and confidently 4. Hide your capabilities, don’t flaunt them 5. Keep a low profile 6. Don’t take the lead Admiral Zheng He: Benevolent explorer? Budding imperialism? Final Thoughts and Questions: “China’s past may not be a good guide to China’s future” Does china seek cooperation or confrontation? Is China’s rise a peaceful one? Meaning,, does it not seek hegemony or to assert hegemonic influence over regional affairs and potentially global affairs? May 26, 2016: From China’s Assoc. Of IR Do not confront the US Do not challenge international system in general Do not use ideology to guide foreign policy Do not be the chief of the “anti-Western camp” Do not conflict with the majority of countries even when we are right Learn to make consequences and concessions, and learn the game of reciprocal interests Do not compromise China’s core interests concerning unification of country Provide public goods in needed area of international affairs Change China’s international image by taking advantage of global events
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