China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing
July 4, 2009

This conference considers Chinese international relations and asks whether they are constrained and determined by domestic actors and the level of development. Are Chinese international relations focused on regional issues that have however global implications? Does this draw international actors into Chinese domestic and regional policy. This may be the case because China is of global importance and will increasingly shape international relations as a result of its population size, economic development and political character.

Scholarship from the Conference 本次会议出版的作品列表:

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Chinese engagements: Regional issues with global implications

Brett McCormick, University of New Haven
Jonathan H. Ping, Bond University

Global New Patterns in Geopolitics and China’s Strategic Options

Hao Su, China Foreign Affairs University

History and Constructing a Context for International Relations

Brett McCormick, University of New Haven

International Relations and Chinese Philosophy

Rosita Dellios, Bond University

International Relations Theory and Chinese Philosophy

Rosita Dellios, Bond University

Oil, Sea Lanes and the Security Dilemma: The Regional and Global Implications of China's Oil Dynamic

Jason J. Blazevic, Idaho State University

Political Economy of International Development: The Chinese Development Model

Jonathan H. Ping, Bond University

Spiral Development of History and Revival of Chinese Civilisation

Hao Su, China Foreign Affairs University

Taiwan as the Nexus of China-Japan Relations: Historical Analysis of Domestic, Regional, and Global Components

Brett McCormick, University of New Haven

The Chinese Development Model: International Development and Hegemony

Jonathan H. Ping, Bond University

The Role of History in Constructing a Context for International Relations: Strategies for Transcending Divergent Histories in Diplomatic Dialogue

Brett McCormick, University of New Haven

Zheng He or Zheng Chenggong?

Andrew R. Wilson, United States Naval War College

Zheng He or Zheng Chenggong? The Current Development and Future Trends of the PLA Navy from the Perspective of Chinese Maritime History

Andrew R. Wilson, United States Naval War College

中国发展模式: 国际发展与霸权

乔纳森 H. 平, 澳大利亚邦德大学

导论

乔纳森 H. 平, 澳大利亚邦德大学
布雷特 麦考密克, 美国纽黑文大学