China Foreign Affairs University, Beijing
July 2, 2011

As China, and perceptions of China, evolves within the international community, the places and planes of intersection also take on new significance. Whether it’s the overt extension of Chinese maritime attentions into the East China Sea, South China Sea, and Indian Ocean – new visions of relations to/from Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Central Asia, or even into space – or even new fields of interaction across the playing fields of global economies and technology – all must consider the new horizons that are emerging as China’s place in the world progresses. Our 2011 theme of New Horizons looks to synthesize multi-disciplinary reviews and analysis of China’s emerging location as it contacts its surrounding political, diplomatic, economic, and even environmental communities. The 2011 East Asia Security Symposium: Conference welcomes papers on such themes from any related discipline. The conference organizers anticipate publication of an associated conference volume from papers collected in alternate years. Papers from the 2009 conference were compiled into Chinese Engagements: Regional Issues with Global Implications, by Bond University Press.

本年度会议的主题是“中国:新视野”。中国,以及对中国的认知,在国际社会中不断向前演进,新的事件和新的层面的交织都带来新的理解与关注。从中国海军力量向东海、南海和印度洋延伸,到中国同台湾、日本、韩国、中亚关系的新展望等等,都意味着中国在世界中的位置的变化和前进。本届会议力图将多领域对于中国不断发展变化的位置和前景的研究综合呈现出来。2009年会议的文章已经结集成《中国的参与:全球性的地区问题》,在邦德大学出版社出版。

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

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Analyzing China’s Foreign Policy: Domestic Politics, Public Opinion And Leaders

Eric Hyer, Brigham Young University - Utah
Qingmin Zhang, Peking University, China
Jordan Hamzawi, University of California-Davis

China's Foreign Policy Process

Eric A. Hyer, Brigham Young University - Utah

China's Relations with India

Jonathan H. Ping, Bond University

China's strategic priorities

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

China’s Relations with India: Great Power Statecraft and Territory

Jonathan H. Ping, Bond University

Chinese Regionalism: Balancing and Constraint in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization

Alica Kizekova, Bond University

Conclusion - China's Strategic Priorities

Brett McCormick, University of New Haven

Crises as Impetus for Institutionalization: Maritime Crisis Management Mechanisms in China’s Near Seas

Gaye Christoffersen, Johns Hopkins University

East Asian Maritime Incidents During 2010: Impetus to Greater Institutionalization

Gaye Christoffersen, Johns Hopkins University

Ethiopia in China-Africa Relations

Andrew R. Wilson, United States Naval War College

Introduction: Studying China and Strategic Priorities

Jonathan H. Ping, Bond University

Myth-busting: Challenging the Conventional Wisdom on Chinese Strategic Culture

Andrew R. Wilson, United States Naval War College

Pakistan-China Relations after Bin Laden

Timothy Hoyt, United States Naval War College

The Multi-level Regional and Trans-regional Cooperative Framework in East Asia

Hao Su, China Foreign Affairs University

The United States of America factor in China’s dispute with Japan over the Diaoyu/Senkaku islands: Balancing Washington’s ‘rebalancing’ in East Asian waters

Ulises Granados, Mexico Autonomous Institute of Technology ITAM

United States Priorities for Multilateral Regional Institutions (Obama Administration)

Hongxia (Victoria) Wei, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

United States-China Cooperation: The Role of Pakistan after the Death of Osama Bin Laden

Timothy D. Hoyt, United States Naval War College

Western River Civilization and the Logic of China’s Strategic Behavior

Hao Su, China Foreign Affairs University
Yue Cui, University of International Business and Economics, China