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Title US-China foreign relations : power transition and its implications for Europe and Asia / edited by Robert S. Ross, Øystein Tunsjø, and Wang Dong.
Imprint Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.


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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 224 pages) : illustrations.
Series Asian security studies
Asian security studies.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Bio/Hist Note Robert S. Ross is Professor of Political Science at Boston College, and Associate and Executive Committee member at John King Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge USA. Øystein Tunsjø is Professor and Head of Asia Program at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies at the Norwegian Defence University College, Oslo. Wang Dong is Associate Professor in the School of International Studies; Executive Director of the Institute for Global Cooperation and Understanding; and Deputy Director of Office for Humanities and Social Sciences, Peking University, China.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on November 24, 2020).
Subject United States -- Foreign relations -- China.
China -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 21st century.
China -- Foreign relations -- 21st century.
Asia -- Foreign relations -- 1945-
Europe -- Foreign relations -- 1989-
United States.
Since 1945
Contents The new US-China superpower rivalry: Challenges for Asia and Europe / Øystein Tunsjø and Wang Dong -- The Present as Prologue: The Gloomy Outlook for US-China Relations / Avery Goldstein -- The Liberal International Order: A Chinese Perspective / Wang Dong -- China and the United States in a new bipolar system / Øystein Tunsjø -- The changing East Asian balance of power and the regional security order / Robert S. Ross -- International order in the era of Xi Jinping and Donald Trump: Implications for Europe / Rosemary Foot -- Erosion of the American Peace: Europe's Strategic Dilemma in a World of Great Power Conflict / Gerlinde Groitl -- China's BRI: Implications for Europe / Philippe Le Corre -- Europe and China in US grand strategy / Joshua Shifrinson -- China-US Rivalry in the Recent Past, Present, and Future, with Implications for China's Grand Strategy in A New Era Partially Redefined / Shi Yinhong -- Europe's role in Asia: European strategies for an Asia centred world and US-China rivalry / May-Britt Stumbaum -- Sino-Russian relations in an era of Sino-U.S. rivalry: From Partnership to Alliance? / Jo Inge Bekkevold -- Part IV: Crisis management and mitigating conflict -- Regional Security flashpoints: New developments in China's crisis management / Zhang Tuosheng -- US-China Maritime Security flashpoints in a New Era / Isaac Kardon -- An uncertain future: Conventional arms competition in Asia and their effect on Europe / Ian Bowers -- Conclusion: The United States, China and Europe in an Age of Uncertainty / Robert S. Ross.
Summary "This book examines the power transition between the US and China, and their implications for Europe and Asia in a new era of uncertainty. The volume addresses the impact that the rise of China has on the United States, Europe, transatlantic relations and East Asia. China is seeking to use its enhanced power position to promote new ambitions; the United States is adjusting to a new superpower rivalry; and the power shift from the West to the East is resulting in a more peripheral role for Europe in world affairs. Featuring essays by prominent Chinese and international experts, the book examines the US-China rivalry, the changing international system, grand strategies and geopolitics, foreign policy, geo-economics and institutions, and military and technological developments. The chapters examine how strategic, security and military considerations in this triangular relationship are gradually undermining trade and economics, reversing the era of globalization and contributing to the breakdown of the US-led liberal order and institutions that will be difficult to rebuild. The volume also examines whether the adversarial antagonism in US-China relations, the tension in transatlantic ties, and the increasing rivalry in Europe-China relations are primarily resulting from leaders' ambitions or structural power shifts. This book will be of much interest to students of Asian security, US foreign policy, European politics and International Relations in general."-- Provided by publisher.
Other Author Ross, Robert S., 1954- editor.
Tunsjø, Øystein, editor.
Wang, Dong, 1977- editor.
Other Title Print version: US-China foreign relations. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2021 9781003056683
Other Title United States-China foreign relations
Power transition and its implications for Europe and Asia