China’s Challenges and International Order Transition

  title={China’s Challenges and International Order Transition},
  author={Huiyun Feng and Kai He},
China's Challenges and International Order Transition introduces an integrated conceptual framework of "international order" categorized by three levels (power, rules, and norms) and three issue-areas (security, political, and economic). Each contributor engages one or more of these analytical dimensions to examine two questions: (1) Has China already challenged this dimension of international order? (2) How will China challenge this dimension of international order in the future? 
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    The China Quarterly
  • 2020
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