3 edition of China"s security interests in the post-Cold War era found in the catalog.
China"s security interests in the post-Cold War era
Includes bibliographical references (p. 212-225) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS779.27 .O54 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 227 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||227|
Several states have started acting as sectoral partners in the process of economic development. Required Cookies These cookies allow you to explore OverDrive services and use our core features. It was successful in bringing peace to war torn Cambodia and Afghanistan. The United States, having become the only global superpower, was also able to use this ideological victory to reinforce its leadership position in the new world order. The developed countries have been undertaking several measures-stimulus packages for banks and insurance institutions, lowering of interest rates, protection of domestic employment markets and several others, The G-8 and G Groups as well as the World Bank and IMF have been trying to overcome economic recession.
The Warsaw Pact died a natural death. In other words, China faces the difficulty to become a powerful player in the international system on the one side and to calm the concerns of other nations at the same time on the other side. The Turkish threat The perception of a potential military threat from Turkey has been widely shared by public opinion and reflected in expert debates as well as Greek security planning 8 for at least the last two decades. Required Cookies These cookies allow you to explore OverDrive services and use our core features. Globalisation appears to have got halted.
China became more economically tied to the US and Western Europe, even before the Iron Curtain fell, which could have been interpreted as a sort of neutrality, though there was still strife with Japan and India over border issues. It must be global in scope and approach as well as involve truly global efforts for pursuing the global objective of securing an end of international terrorism before the 21st century gets the chance to enter its second decade. However, the UN Security Council continued to live still in the past with five permanent and 10 non-permanent members. Thereafter, the 13th, 14th and 15th NAM Summits have reflected the determination of Non-aligned Nations to keep the Non-aligned movement as an active global level movement against Neo-colonialism, hegemony, protectionism, inequalities, discrimination and under- development. InNelson Mandela was freed from prison and the regime made steps to end apartheid, which were on an official basis completed by with the new election.
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Sustainable Development, Protection of Environment and Protection of Human Rights of all as the Key Objectives: In the contemporary era of international relations, all the members of the international community, both the nation-states as well as the non-state regional and global actors, have accepted securing of sustainable development, protection and promotion of environmental health and protection of all human rights of all the people of the world as the three cardinal objectives to be secured in the days to come.
This evolution of foreign policy also accompanies the growing of power and influence and therefore advanced capabilities to safeguard national interests in international relations. Several Chinas security interests in the post-Cold War era book wars came to an end.
Their economic, industrial and technological dependence upon the developed countries, the diversion of Western aid towards former socialist states of Europe and Russia, the ability of the developed to exploit the economic dependence of the underdeveloped countries, existence of political disputes among the developing countries, conditions of instability that prevail in several developing countries etc.
For example, the U. Without these cookies, we can't provide services to you. Greek-Bulgarian consultations on security matters had been encouraged by the sense of insecurity felt by both countries in relation to Turkish military power and political interests in the Balkans Bulgarian-Turkish relations had been particularly difficult as a result of the mistreatment of the large Turkish minority under communist rule in the mids.
It has now been engaged in peace-keeping operations in several parts 20 of the world. Little Progress towards Arms Control and Disarmament: A positive emerging trend in contemporary international relations happens to be an increasing consciousness and steady, success towards the goals of arms control and disarmament in international relations.
Therefore, whether to let the CPC dictatorship, which has taken more than one billion people hostage, continue to degrade human civilization, or to rescue the worlds largest hostage population from enslavement, is not only a matter of vital importance for the Chinese people themselves, but also a matter of vital importance for all free nations.
The book also focuses on Japan. It has several distinct trends— Globalisation, fight against terrorism as a priority additional steps for the protection of Human Rights and the environment, the need to meet the challenges coming from climate change and the imperative need for securing sustainable development.
When the CPC boss panders to the U. However at the same time they want the non-nuclear nations to refrain from making nuclear weapons. Robinson-- human rights in Chinese foreign policy, James D. Nuclear weapons and problem of Nuclear Disarmament and Arms Control continue to be the key issues of contemporary international relations.
The world community is now fully committed Chinas security interests in the post-Cold War era book win the war against International terrorism, particularly terrorism flowing from Afghanistan-Pakistan area into several different parts of the world. The United States is the only country capable of affecting the balance of power in the region.
This bi-multi-polarity got transformed into a virtual unipolarity in the international relations of the last decade of the 20th century. Globalisation: The movement for globalisation has been currently commanding the increasing attention and interest of the nations. Use of eco-friendly technology for keeping the environment healthy is the current objective.
The emergence of international terrorism as a big menace and the new and strong commitment of the Chinas security interests in the post-Cold War era book community to wipe it out came to be a new reality of international relations.
The Soviet Union also depended heavily on fuel and food from China which dried up when western countries such as the US began offering higher prices for the products. This became official policy through a Resolution of the Turkish National Assembly.
International economic relations came to be a more dominant feature of international relations. Chinas new multilateralism in a globalized world Introduction During the last two decades China gained rising influence in the international environment.
Combining a broad theoretical framework with specific case studies, the contributors assess the relative influences of domestic and foreign factors in shaping policy goals.
Increased Importance of International Economic Relations: Another noticeable trend in contemporary international politics is that Low Politics Economic issues and relations has come to be perceived as more important than High Politics Military- strategic issues and relations.In the post- Cold War, post-USSR era of international relations, an invigoration of the role of the United Nations took place.
It played an important role in ending, through a collective security war the Gulf crisis resulting from the occupation of Kuwait by Iraq. It was successful in bringing peace to war torn Cambodia and Afghanistan. United States Security Interests in the Post-Cold War World United States Security Interests in the Post-Cold War World and what will the speed and direction in which it’s headed mean Author: Clifford G.
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