Global China: Assessing China's Growing Role in the World

Global China

Assessing China's Growing Role in the World
 
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ISBN13:9780815739166
ISBN10:0815739168
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:428 pages
Size:222x153x27 mm
Weight:671 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 23 illustrations
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To better address the implications of China's rise, Brookings scholars conducted research over the past two years, culminating in Global China: Assessing China's Growing Role in the World. It will furnish policy makers and the public with hard facts and deep insights for understanding China's ambitions.

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The global implications of China's rise as a global actor

In 2005, a senior official in the George W. Bush administration expressed the hope that China would emerge as a ?responsible stakeholder? on the world stage. A dozen years later, the Trump administration dramatically shifted course, instead calling China a ?strategic competitor? whose actions routinely threaten U.S. interests.

Both assessments reflected an underlying truth: China is no longer just a ?rising? power. It has emerged as a truly global actor, both economically and militarily. Every day its actions affect nearly every region and every major issue, from climate change to trade, from conflict in troubled lands to competition over rules that will govern the uses of emerging technologies.

To better address the implications of China's new status, both for American policy and for the broader international order, Brookings scholars conducted research over the past two years, culminating in a project: Global China: Assessing China's Growing Role in the World. The project is intended to furnish policy makers and the public with hard facts and deep insights for understanding China's regional and global ambitions.

The initiative draws not only on Brookings's deep bench of China and East Asia experts, but also on the tremendous breadth of the institution's security, strategy, regional studies, technological, and economic development experts.

Areas of focus include the evolution of China's domestic institutions; great power relations; the emergence of critical technologies; Asian security; China's influence in key regions beyond Asia; and China's impact on global governance and norms.

Global China: Assessing China's Growing Role in the World provides the most current, broad-scope, and fact-based assessment of the implications of China's rise for the United States and the rest of the world.

Table of Contents:
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Contents:

Acknowledgments

Introduction, Tarun Chhabra, Rush Doshi, Ryan Hass, and Emilie Kimball

Section 1: Domestic Politics

1. Hu's to Blame for China's Foreign Assertiveness?, Rush Doshi

2. Beijing's Nonmilitary Coercion?Tactics and Rationale, Ketian Zhang

3. Xi Jinping's ?Proregress?: Domestic Moves toward a Global China, Cheng Li

Section 2: East Asia

4. Trying to Loosen the Linchpin: China's Approach to South Korea, Jung H. Pak

5. Lips and Teeth: Repairing China?North Korea Relations, Evans J. R. Revere

6. From Persuasion to Coercion: Beijing's Approach to Taiwan and Taiwan's Response, Richard Bush

7. How China's Actions in the South China Sea: Undermine the Rule of Law, Lynn Kuok

8. The U.S.
-China Nuclear Relationship: Why Competition Is Likely to Intensify, Caitlin Talmadge

Section 3: Great Powers

9. China and the Return of Great Power: Strategic Competition, Bruce Jones

10. U.S.
-China Relations: The Search for a New Equilibrium, Ryan Hass

11. China, Japan, and the Art of Economic Statecraft, Mireya Solís

12. Managing China: Competitive Engagement, with Indian Characteristics, Tanvi Madan

13. Russia and China: Axis of Revisionists?, Angela Stent

14. Europe Changes Its Mind on China, Thomas Wright

Section 4: Technology

15. Preparing the United States for the Superpower Marathon with China, Michael Brown, Eric Chewning, and Pavneet Singh

16. Navigating the U.S.
-China 5G Competition, Nicol Turner Lee

17. Managing China's Rise in Outer Space, Frank A. Rose

18. Dealing with Global Demand for China's Surveillance Exports, Sheena Chestnut Greitens

19. Maintaining China's Dependence on Democracies for Advanced Computer Chips, Saif M. Khan and Carrick Flynn

20. Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy in China's Drive for Military Innovation, Elsa B. Kania

21. China's Role in the Global Biotechnology Sector and Implications for U.S. Policy, Scott Moore

Section 5: Regional Influence and Strategy

22. China and Latin America: A Pragmatic Embrace, Ted Piccone

23. The Middle East and a Global China: Israel amid U.S.
-China Competition, Natan Sachs and Kevin Huggard

Saudi Arabia's Relations with China, Bruce Riedel

24. Great Expectations: The Unraveling of the Australia
-China Relationship, Natasha Kassam

25. The Risks of China's Ambitions in the South Pacific, Jonathan Pryke

26. China, the Gray Zone, and Contingency Planning at the Department of Defense and Beyond, Michael O'Hanlon

27. All That Xi Wants: China Attempts to Ace Bases Overseas, Leah Dreyfuss and Mara Karlin

Section 6: The Global Economy

28. Reluctant Player: China's Approach to International Economic Institutions, David Dollar

29. The Renminbi's Prospects as an International Currency, Eswar Prasad

30. China's Digital Services Trade and Data Governance: How Should the United States Respond?, Joshua P. Meltzer

31. China's Influence on the Global Middle Class, Homi Kharas and Meagan Dooley

32. The Global Energy Trade's New Center of Gravity, Samantha Gross

33. Can the United States and China Reboot: Their Climate Cooperation?, Todd Stern

Section 7: Global Governance

34. International Law with Chinese Characteristics: Assessing China's Role in the ?Rules
-Based? Global Order, Robert D. Williams

35. China's Expanding Influence at the United Nations?and How the United States Should React, Jeffrey Feltman

36. China's Influence on the United Nations Human Rights System, Sophie Richardson

37. How to Curb China's System of Oppression in Xinjiang, Dahlia Peterson and James Millward

Contributors

Index

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