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Following the 2008 financial crisis, the world is increasingly looking towards the Chinese economy - as an opportunity and a threat.
This report provides a systematic assessment of the economic bases of China’s foreign policy and asks to what extent China's growth has led to a geoeconomic strategy.
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China's Geoeconomic Strategy
Published June 2012
China’s International Future
Odd Arne Westad
Does China have a Foreign Policy? Domestic Pressures and China’s Strategy
Access: China’s Resource Foreign Policy
China as a Trading Superpower
Firms with Chinese Characteristics: The Role of Companies in Chinese Foreign Policy
China’s Strategy towards the Financial Crisis and Economic Reform
China’s Approach to US debt and the Eurozone crisis
What Power Shift to China?
Guy de Jonquières
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