A controversial argument that scholarship on Chinese foreign policy has missed a vital element, and a new perspective that accounts for the moral dimension of their diplomatic behavior. Discusses the normative-cognitive approach used, China's quest for justice, and policy towards the USSR, the US, Japan, and the Third World. Concludes that a moral regime is not necessarily infallible. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Looking at China's foreign policy, this book focuses on the Confucian-based need of Chinese . Chih-yu Shih is professor of political science at National Taiwan University
Shih outlines the diplomatic principles cherished by the Chinese-socialism, antihegemonism, peaceful coexistence, statism, and isolationism-and explores how each has been applied in the past forty years. Chih-yu Shih is professor of political science at National Taiwan University. His numerous publications include The Spirit of Chinese Foreign Policy: A Psychocultural View and Symbolic War: The Chinese Use of Force 1940-1980 (coauthored).
Morality is generally seen as irrelevant in literature on, and the influence of morality cannot always be determined by empirical tests. However, relying upon counterfactual logic, this book seeks to demonstrate that scholarship on Chinese foreign policymaking and policy motivation has been inadequate and sometimes inconsistent
China's Just World book.
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ISBN13:9781555873509. Release Date:January 1993.
This article was published in The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs (1979-1995), which is continued by The China Journal (1995-present).
China's Just World: The Morality of Chinese Foreign Policy. This article was published in The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs (1979-1995), which is continued by The China Journal (1995-present).
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Chih-yu Shih (Chinese: 石之瑜; born 8 August 1958) is a political science professor in Taiwan and National Chair Professor of the Republic of China. He was graduated from National Taiwan University. at Harvard University and P. at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies (the University of Denver). He was a visiting scholar at Stanford, Duke, Princeton, Durham, Chuo University and University of Tübingen.