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Rethinking global governance: A China model in the making?

By Lai-Ha Chan, Pak K. Lee and Gerald Chan

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This paper examines Chinese perspectives on global governance, an area in which China has increased substantially the depth and breadth of its participation. The paper attempts to draw a mainstream perspective to inform our understanding of some key aspects of China's foreign policy. It demonstrates that while China's statist preference appeals to some Third World countries, such a preference leads the country to clash with the West over how to tackle global issues collectively, particularly over humanitarian intervention. While the Chinese perspective is in the process of evolving and far from reaching maturity, it is questionable whether the global community led by the West would find the Westphalian practice that China embraces admirabl

Topics: JZ, JQ
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd.
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:kar.kent.ac.uk:9350

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