As China continues to develop the strategic means to advance its national interests in Asia and around the world, assessing its role in international security is the greatest strategic challenge now faced by the United States and its allies. China and International Security facilitates this critically important understanding, analyzing topics that range from strategic geography and orientation to gender ratios. Using detailed case studies and sharing expert insights, the work provides historical, internal, and contemporary analyses that reveal the nature and character of China’s national security.
This three-volume set is written for scholars, students, and policymakers. The volumes offer in-depth articles penned by intelligence professionals and journalists, as well as entries by scholars in fields as diverse as international politics, history, and strategic studies. While other works may attempt to predict the future of China’s rise or the nature of China’s future bilateral relationships, none so thoroughly examines the totality of China’s domestic, regional, and international security—and their implications.
- Offers a strategic assessment of China, past and present
- Analyzes China's traditional and non-traditional security threats, including economic and resource security
- Provides a cogent examination of China's security strategies—historically, regionally, and internationally
- Includes in-depth discussions of China's internal security dynamics
- Shares original research performed by leading scholars in the field, professional intelligence analysts, and journalists based in East Asia