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Nationalism and Chinese Foreign Policy

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  title={Nationalism and Chinese Foreign Policy},
  author={Tianbiao Zhu},
  year={2001}
}
Is China increasingly a threat to the West? How is Chinese nationalism related to China’s international behaviour? This study answers these questions by examining the relationship between Chinese nationalism and foreign policy since 1949. It argues that the influence of Chinese nationalism for the last half century has been consistently determined by an interaction between the need to preserve China’s national independence and various means to serve this goal, in particular, the key means of… 

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