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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