Between interest and responsibility: Assessing China's foreign policy and burgeoning global role
This article is situated within the contemporary debates about the nature and purpose of China's growing power. It uses the concepts of 'national interest' and 'international responsibility' as a framework of analysis for Chinese foreign policy, and develops a three-dimensional typology to conceptualize their relationship (antagonistic; instrumental; mutually constitutive). This article adopts two main arguments. First, a stronger China is one gravitating toward greater notions of international...[Show more]
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