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The Interest-Responsibility Nexus in China's Foreign Policy and the Implications for Regional Order

Loke, Beverley


More than a decade after Gerald Segal argued in a 1999 Foreign Affairs article that ‘at best, China is a second-rank middle power’ in the military, economic and political realms, one may now persuasively refute Segal’s observation. China is currently the world’s second largest economy, is modernising its military, and is cultivating its political and cultural influence vis-à-vis an increasingly adept foreign policy. Yet as China’s growing power is unambiguously leaving a material and...[Show more]

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Date published: 2010
Type: Report (Commissioned)
Source: Regional Outlook Paper


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