Does China Matter? : A Reassessment : Essays in Memory of Gerald Segal

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Pub. Date: 2002-06-01
Publisher(s): Taylor & Francis
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Summary

Developing the key work of Gerry Segal, this book examines China in the context of the world economy, the Asian economy, as a global military power, as a regional military power, within world and Asian politics, and within the contemporary world and Asian culture.

Table of Contents

Gerald Segal's Contribution
Does China Matter? (reprinted from
China as a Global Strategic Actor
China in International Society
China in the Global Economy
China in East Asian and World Culture
China and the East Asian Politico-economic Model
China in the Asian Economy
China as a Regional Military Power
Conclusions: How and to Whom Does China Matter?
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