The Resource America, China, and the struggle for world order : ideas, traditions, historical legacies, and global visions, edited by G. John Ikenberry, Wang Jisi, and Zhu Feng

America, China, and the struggle for world order : ideas, traditions, historical legacies, and global visions, edited by G. John Ikenberry, Wang Jisi, and Zhu Feng

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America, China, and the struggle for world order : ideas, traditions, historical legacies, and global visions
Title
America, China, and the struggle for world order
Title remainder
ideas, traditions, historical legacies, and global visions
Statement of responsibility
edited by G. John Ikenberry, Wang Jisi, and Zhu Feng
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • "This book brings together twelve scholars - six Americans and six Chinese - to explore the ways America and China think about international order. What are the traditions, historical experiences, and ideologies that each country brings to debates about how the rules and institutions of the global system should be organized? The book addresses this question by pairing American and Chinese scholars in each chapter on specific topics related to global order: sovereignty, collective security, resources and the environment, trade, alliances, and monetary and financial relations. The book offers a vivid portrait of how the two countries come to global affairs from richly diverse and divergent starting points, and, in turn, how these factors affect current global dialogues"--
  • "This book brings together twelve scholars - six Americans and six Chinese - to explore the ways America and China think about international order. What are the traditions, historical experiences, and ideologies that each country brings to debates about how the rules and institutions of the global system should be organized? The book addresses this question by pairing American and Chinese scholars in each chapter on specific topics related to global order. These topics include: sovereignty, collective security, resources and the environment, trade, alliances, and monetary and financial relations. The book offers a vivid portrait of how the two countries come to global affairs from richly diverse and divergent starting points, and, in turn, shows how the influence of these views on current global dialogues"--
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Dewey number
327.73
Index
index present
LC call number
JZ1480
LC item number
.A9575 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Asia today
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America, China, and the struggle for world order : ideas, traditions, historical legacies, and global visions, edited by G. John Ikenberry, Wang Jisi, and Zhu Feng
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
List of illustrations -- Introduction: The United States, China, and Global Order / G. John Ikenberry -- PART I: SOVEREIGNTY AND THE STATE SYSTEM. 1. Sovereignty American Style: Protecting Apple Pie, Fixing Foreign Recipes / Jeffrey W. Legro -- 2. From Tianxia to Westphalia: The Evolving Chinese Conception of Sovereignty and World Order / Fei-Ling Wang -- PART II: COLLECTIVE SECURITY AND THE UNITED NATIONS. 3. The United States, the United Nations, and Collective Security: Exploring the Deep Sources of American Conduct / Stewart Patrick -- 4. China's Evolving Attitudes and Approaches Towards UN Collective Security / Jianwei Wang -- PART III: GLOBAL ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE. 5. Is There an Exceptional American Approach to Global Economic Governance? / Daniel W. Drezner -- 6. China's Approach to Economic Diplomacy / Yang Yao -- PART IV: TRADE AND RESOURCES. 7. Still the Liberal Leader? Domestic Legacies, International Realities, and the Role of the United States in the World Economy / Michael Mastanduno -- 8. China as a Listian Trading State: Interest, Power, and Economic Ideology / Weixing Hu -- PART V: GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT. 9. A Green Giant? Inconsistency and American Environmental Diplomacy / Joshua Busby -- 10. China and International Cooperation on the Environment: Historical and Intellectual Roots of Chinese Thinking about the Environment / Ming Wan -- PART VI: ALLIANCES AND ARMS CONTROL. 11. The American Way of Seeking Security: Ideology and Pargmatism / John Owen -- 12. In Search of Security and Self-identity: Promise and Paradox of China's Nuclear Weapons / Bin Yu -- Conclusion / Wang Jisi and Zhu Feng
Control code
ocn907127174
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vi, 396 pages
Isbn
9781137532183
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2015002132
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other control number
40025122396
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