Middle Powers and the Rise of Chinaaf Bruce Gilley
The book reviews China’s middle-power relations with South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, South Africa, Turkey, and Brazil. It explores how much (or how little) China, and for comparison the United States, value middle powers and examines whether or not middle powers can actually shape China’s behavior.Contributors address how these diverse nations are responding to a rising China and the impact of Chinese power on each. Co-publishing with Georgetown University Press, Washington D.C, USAIndholdsoversigtList of IllustrationsAcknowledgementsChapter 1. Chinas Rise through the Prism of Middle Powers - by Bruce Gilley and Andrew O'NeilChapter 2. Locating Middle Powers in International Relations Theory and Power Transitions - by James Manicom and Jeffrey ReevesChapter 3. China's Discovery of Middle Powers - by Bruce GilleyChapter 4. US Responses to Middle Powers and China - by David A. Cooper and Toshi YoshiharaChapter 5. South Korea's Middle Power Response to the Rise of China - by TongFi KimChapter 6. Malaysia, Thailand and the ASEAN Middle Power Way - by Amy L. FreedmanChapter 7. Indonesia Responds to China's Rise - by Ann Marie MurphyChapter 8. Australia: A Traditional Middle Power Faces the Asian Century - by Thomas S. WilkinsChapter 9. South Africa's Middle Power Ambitions: Riding the Dragon or Being Its Pet? - by Janis van der Westhuizen and Sven GrimmChapter 10. Turkey and China in the Post-Cold War World: Great Expectations - by Yitzhak ShichorChapter 11. Brazil's Rise as a Middle Power: The Chinese Contribution - by Anthony Peter Spanakos and Joseph MarquesChapter 12. Conclusion: Seeing beyond Hegemony - by Bruce Gilley and Andrew O'NeilList of Contributors
- 15. August 2014
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