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Author:
Jenny Clegg
ISBN13:
978-0745325194
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074532519X
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Publisher:
Pluto Press (March 20, 2009)
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Jenny Clegg shows that China is in fact taking a multilateral approach, offering real assistance to developing countries and helping to build the institutions required to run a multipolar world

Jenny Clegg shows that China is in fact taking a multilateral approach, offering real assistance to developing countries and helping to build the institutions required to run a multipolar world. As the Jenny Clegg states, & is everywhere', but it is quite startling how little is understood of the ambitions of the great rising power of our time.

Jenny Clegg shows that China is in fact taking a multilateral approach, offering real assistance to developing countries and helping to build the institutions required to run a multipolar world. Without glossing over China's own internal difficulties, the book argues that its international consensus-building strategy could lead to a more peaceful and equitable world.

China’s Global Strategy. Towards a Multipolar World. First published 2009 by Pluto Press. As this book seeks to demonstrate, China’s development challenges the whole structure of global hegemony and global inequality.

Book Publishing WeChat. Over the last decade China has experienced a dramatic urban transformation and globalization is a key factor in the change in China from Maoist production cities to Dengist cities of consumption, albeit with a strong export-oriented production element. As this paper will argue, without the impact of Globalization, the recent development of China as a key economic power could not have taken place.

Jenny Clegg’s book China’s Global Strategy, published by Pluto Press in 2009, is an extremely useful examination of China’s economic and political outlook

Jenny Clegg’s book China’s Global Strategy, published by Pluto Press in 2009, is an extremely useful examination of China’s economic and political outlook. It focuses on the country’s overriding strategy of developing a ‘multipolar world’, where no one country dominates and where the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America – for centuries ground down by colonialism and neo-colonialism – have space to develop in peace. China’s vision: survival and peaceful development in a hostile world. China’s strategy is derived from one simple overriding aim: the survival of People’s China

China's global strategy.

China's global strategy. Published 2009 by Pluto Press, Distributed in the United States of America exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan in London, New York, New York.

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China is fast emerging as a powerful player on the world stage.

This book examines how China’s development as a major and independent world power is opening up the .

This book examines how China’s development as a major and independent world power is opening up the world multipolarisation trend, arguing that its commitment to cooperative security and win-win globalisation together with its international consensus-building diplomacy offer a concrete strategy to constrain the US pursuit of unipolar primacy. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 sets out to explore China’s rise in the broad context of the global unipolar-multipolar dynamic with the Sino-US relationship at its core.

China is fast emerging as a powerful player on the world stage. This book takes a closer look at the country's stance on a range of global issues, arguing that its multipolar diplomacy offers a concrete strategy to constrain the US pursuit of unipolar primacy.Many people assume that China will follow an imperialistic strategy and therefore be in direct conflict with the American empire in a quest for world domination. Jenny Clegg shows that China is in fact taking a multilateral approach, offering real assistance to developing countries and helping to build the institutions required to run a multipolar world. Without glossing over China's own internal difficulties, the book argues that its international consensus-building strategy could lead to a more peaceful and equitable world.This book offers a refreshing perspective on China that will be of great value to those interested in the big political questions of how to tackle war and imperialism, globalisation and development as well as to undergraduate students of politics, economics and international relations.