Boorman, “Deception in Chinese strategy”
Will China's Rise Lead to War?
Will China's Rise Lead to War? 作者： Glaser, Charles, Foreign Affairs, 00157120, Mar/Apr2011, 卷 90, 刊號 2
Why Realism Does Not Mean Pessimism
The rise of China will likely be the most important international relations story of the twenty-first century, but it remains unclear whether that story will have a happy ending. Will China's ascent increase the probability of great-power war? Will an era of U.S.-Chinese tension be as dangerous as the Cold War? Will it be even worse, because China, unlike the Soviet Union, will prove a serious economic competitor as well as a geopolitical one?
China's Search for a Grand Strategy
China's Search for a Grand Strategy. By: Jisi, Wang, Foreign Affairs, 00157120, Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 90, Issue 2
A Rising Great Power Finds Its Way
ANY COUNTRY'S grand strategy must answer at least three questions: What are the nation's core interests? What external forces threaten them? And what can the national leadership do to safeguard them? Whether China has any such strategy today is open to debate. On the one hand, over the last three decades or so, its foreign and defense policies have been remarkably consistent and reasonably well coordinated with the country's domestic priorities. On the other hand, the Chinese government has yet to disclose any document that comprehensively expounds the country's strategic goals and the ways to achieve them. For both policy analysts in China and China watchers abroad, China's grand strategy is a field still to be plowed.