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China and antiterrorism /
Simon Shen, editor.
imprint
New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2007.
description
xii, 233 p. ; 27 cm.
ISBN
1600213448, 9781600213441
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imprint
New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2007.
isbn
1600213448
9781600213441
catalogue key
6234163
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Books accounting for 9-11 and its aftermath have been overwhelming since 2001. Yet the Chinese response to anti-terrorism remains a relatively under-studied topic. This book attempts to fill such a vacuum by illustrating how on a local and global scale, the Chinese state and society interacted to crystallise their identity and see their potential power in the face of 9-11 and its fallout.
Table of Contents
The Bush Doctrine: Chinese Perspectives and Responses
Sino-US and Cross-Strait Relations Under the Post-'11 September' Strategic Settings
Neo-liberal Civilisation, the War on Terrorism and the Economic Disciplining of Human Rights: Convergent Models in the United States and China
The Chinese Response to 9-11 and the Anti-terror Campaign Sino-American Relations during Bush I
Xinjiang and the War against Terrorism
China's Rise in Southeast Asia after 9-11: Implications for Japan and the United States
The Dilemmas of China's Policies facing the North Korean Crisis
China and Israel -- Strange bedfellows 1948-2006
Geopolitics, Culture, and Area Studies: In the Aftermath of 9-11
Chinese Reactions to the September 11th Attack
Young Chinese Look at America after 9-11: A Poll from Jilin University
An Institutional Response to Crisis in China: Anti-terrorism and Beyond
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