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China Goes Global: The Partial Power

China Goes Global: The Partial Power

作者 : David Shambaugh

出版社 : OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, USA

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在這個崛起中國的年代,中國是否已完成全球大國之夢?
美國知名中國事務專家以強而有力的觀點剖析,中國邁向超級大國之路仍遙遙無期

美國最具影響力的中國問題專家沈大偉,方提出「中共統治崩潰論」一說,便引發各國學者激烈辯論,沈大偉提到中國在中國共產黨的統治下,已走向最後階段,但想邁向超級大國之路,仍需要很長時間的努力及政治改革。

本書提到,中國在現階段及未來短時間內,仍處在「不完全大國」的階段。即使中國在近三十年來經濟的快速發展下,有了「世界工廠」的美名,從非洲的礦產、西方的貨幣市場、中東的油田、拉丁美洲的農業到中亞的工廠,中國的商業發展遍佈全世界;但仔細分析中國在外交、軟實力、經濟、文化和軍事實力等表現,得到綜合性的結論:中國在全球的發展仍是廣度大於深度,仍舊缺乏作為全球超級大國的影響力,若想超越美國,依然有很長的路要走。

David Shambaugh(沈大偉),美國著名中國問題研究專家,目前美國華盛頓大學政治科學及國際關係教授,並同時擔任中國政策研究項目主任,還是美國布魯斯金研究所外交政策研究項目的客座資深研究員。他的主要著作包括《Tangled Titans: The United States and China》、
《Charting China's Future: Domestic & International Challenges》及《中國共產黨:收縮與調適》(China's Communist Party: Atrophy and Adaptation)等作品。 

Most global citizens are well aware of the explosive growth of the Chinese economy. Indeed, China has famously become the "workshop of the world." Yet, while China watchers have shed much light on the country's internal dynamics--China's politics, its vast social changes, and its economic development--few have focused on how this increasingly powerful nation has become more active and assertive throughout the world. 

In China Goes Global, eminent China scholar David Shambaugh delivers the book that many have been waiting for--a sweeping account of China's growing prominence on the international stage. Thirty years ago, China's role in global affairs beyond its immediate East Asian periphery was decidedly minor and it had little geostrategic power. Today however, China's expanding economic power has allowed it to extend its reach virtually everywhere--from mineral mines in Africa, to currency markets in the West, to oilfields in the Middle East, to agribusiness in Latin America, to the factories of East Asia. Shambaugh offers an enlightening look into the manifestations of China's global presence: its extensive commercial footprint, its growing military power, its increasing cultural influence or "soft power," its diplomatic activity, and its new prominence in global governance institutions. 

But Shambaugh is no alarmist. In this balanced and well-researched volume, he argues that China's global presence is more broad than deep and that China still lacks the influence befitting a major world power--what he terms a "partial power." He draws on his decades of China-watching and his deep knowledge of the subject, and exploits a wide variety of previously untapped sources, to shed valuable light on China's current and future roles in world affairs.
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