Table of contents for Chinese foreign policy in transition / Guoli Liu, editor.


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					Contents
List of Contributors
Foreword
Lowell Dittmer
Introduction 								
Guoli Liu
I	Theory and Culture
1	The Analytic Study of Chinese Foreign Policy
	Michael Ng-Quinn 
2	Chinese Realpolitik
 Thomas K. Christensen 
3	How Size Matters: The United States, China, and Asymmetry	
 Brantly Womack
4	China's Foundations: Guiding Principles of Chinese Foreign Policy
 Thomas Kane
II	Perspectives and Policymaking
 
5 	China's Quest for Great Power Identity
	Gilbert Rozman
6	Beijing as a Conservative Power	
	Robert S. Ross
7	The Coming Conflict with America
	Richard Bernstein and Ross H. Munro			
8	Think Again: China
 David M. Lampton
 
 
III	Bilateral and Multilateral Relationships
9		The Uncertain Future of U.S.-China Relations
 Harry Harding
10	Sino-American Relations since September 11: Can the New Stability Last?		
David Shambaugh
11	 The Sino-Russian Strategic Partnership: Ghost of the "Strategic Triangle"?
 Lowell Dittmer
12		ASEAN Eyes China: The Security Dimension				
 Allen S. Whiting
IV	Retrospect and Prospect
13	China's Militarized Interstate Dispute Behavior 1949-1992: A First Cut at
	the Data									
 Alastair Iain Johnston
14	Chinese Foreign Policy in the Post-Cold War Era			
 Quansheng Zhao
15	China and the War on Terrorism	
 Denny Roy
16	China's Reemergence and the Future of the Asia-Pacific		
 Joseph S. Nye
17	China's Path to Great Power Status in the Globalization Era 
 Samuel S. Kim
Index




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