Ong, Russell (2011) China's Strategic Competition with the United States. Routledge Security in Asia Series . Routledge. ISBN 9780415561075Full text not available in this repository.
China's rise as an economic, political, and military power and the expansion of its diplomatic activism beyond Asia into Europe, Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East has profoundly transformed its relationship with the United States. This book examines the transformation and the multifaceted nature of the relationship between US and China in the twenty-first century, and argues that it is more competitive than co-operative, even in areas that are amenable to co-operation such as trade and nuclear non-proliferation. It addresses important questions including: Does China's growing power and influence inexorably come at the expense of the United States or the wider world? and To what extent do the national interests and policies of the United States and China coincide or diverge on a host of regional issues? It covers all the important issues including politics, security, nuclear deterrence, military modernization, energy, trade and economic interaction, and Asia-Pacific power reconfiguration.
|Keywords:||United States of America, USA, global supremacy, liberal democracy, world economic system, Taiwan, US-Japanese alliance, North Korea, nuclear, US-South Korea alliance, central Asia, Political science (General), Political Science and International Relations|
|Subjects:||Political Science > Political science (General)|
|Department:||Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HaSS) > School of Government and Public Policy > Politics|
|Depositing user:||Catriona Mccallum|
|Date Deposited:||26 Aug 2010 10:17|
|Last modified:||13 May 2016 00:09|