From Keeping a Low Profile to Striving for Achievement

@article{Yan2014FromKA,
  title={From Keeping a Low Profile to Striving for Achievement},
  author={Xuetong Yan},
  journal={The Chinese Journal of International Politics},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={153-184}
}
  • Xuetong Yan
  • Published 2014
  • Political Science
  • The Chinese Journal of International Politics
Since 2012, some scholars, both Chinese and foreign, have argued that China’s assertive foreign policy is doomed to fail. Nevertheless, after examining China’s foreign relations in the last two years, this paper finds that China has experienced improved relations rather than deteriorating ones. In comparison with the strategy of keeping a low profile (KLP), the strategy of striving for achievement (SFA) shows more efficiency in shaping a favorable environment for China’s national rejuvenation… Expand

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