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China’s Economic Diplomacy

by Zhang Xiaotong, Wang Hongyu et al

Rule of Law Retail Price: USD 15 / GBP 10
ISBN: 978-0-9927625-7-5
Pages: 235
Size: 152mm (w) x 229mm (H)

Paperback, over 200 pages of text and interpretation.

Stretching back to the Warring States period, China has deployed economic diplomacy with great skill. In modern times, China has taken advantage of its growing economic strength to exert more influence in the international arena. Keeping a low profile dominated foreign policy thinking during Hu Jintao’s time, but the global financial crisis in 2008 created an opportunity for the country to take a more high profile and assertive stance.

China’s Economic Diplomacy charts a historical overview of economic diplomacy designed and led by three generations of leaders since the founding of the PRC. It also provides a unique insight into the policy- and decision-making processes, and looks at how China interacts with the rest of the world.

Written by a group of prominent academics and diplomats, this book is edited and published by ACA Publishing in association with CNPIEC as part of a five-book series called ‘Exploring Modern China’.

Other books in this series – also available from the same publisher – are:

China’s Economic Diplomacy offers a panoramic view of China’s economic diplomacy during President Hu Jintao’s two terms of office from 2002 to 2012. It serves as a tour guide, leading readers through the labyrinth of the interplay between economics, politics and diplomacy. For scholars and professionals, as well as a general readership who wants to understand how the Chinese government and its major institutions and corporations are exerting their influence across the globe, this book is an indispensable tool.

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