The Rise of China and Chinese International Relations Scholarship (Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development)

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This book looks at the relationship between Chinese international relations (IR) scholarship and China’s rise as a world power. Specifically, it addresses how China’s rising international status since the early 1990s has shaped the country’s IR studies, and the different ways that Chinese IR scholars are interpreting that rise. The author argues that the development of IR studies in China has been influenced by China’s past historical experiences, its recent change in status in world politics, and indigenous scholarly interpretations of both factors. Instead of treating Chinese IR scholars as value-free social scientists, the author shows how Chinese scholars—as purposive, strategic, and emotional actors—tend to manipulate existing (mostly Western) IR theories to support their policy propositions and identity statements. This book represents one of few efforts to determine how local Chinese scholars are constructing IR knowledge, how they are dealing with intersections between indigenous Chinese and imported IR theory and concepts, and how Chinese scholars are analyzing “their China” in terms of its current rise to power.

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About the Author :

Hung-jen Wang received his doctorate in Political Science from the University of Tübingen, Germany. He was a postdoctoral research fellow at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg/Centre for Global Cooperation Research at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany (2012-2013). The author’s research interests include international relations (IR) theory, international security, Chinese foreign policy, cross-Strait relations, and Taiwanese democratization.

Review :

Hung-jen Wang has written one of the first books, if not the first book, to systematically examine the relationship between China’s rise and the study of international relations in China. Given the growing influence of China in international affairs, it has become increasingly imperative for the outside world to understand Chinese scholars' unique outlooks on international relations, especially their views of China’s rise. This book is a welcome addition to facilitate the constructive dialog between Chinese and Western scholars of international relations. (Suisheng Zhao, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver, and Editor of Journal of Contemporary China)

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