China and Regional Order
Stanford Program in Hong Kong VPUE - VP of Undergraduate Education
This course looks at China's changing political, economic and security relationships in Asia through frameworks in the International Relations literature. It contextualizes China's external relationships across Asia-Pacific in the ongoing evolution and negotiation of Asian regional order and institutions in the aftermath of the Cold War, and argues that this context helps account for the objectives of and some apparent ambiguities and contradictions in Chinese foreign and security policy. Three parts: context and background; empirical view of developments involving China's international relationships in Asia; theoretical frameworks to evaluate China's relations with regional order.
RLT - Letter (ABCD/NP)
Course Repeatable for Degree Credit?
This course has been approved for the following WAYS
Social Inquiry (SI)
Does this course satisfy the University Language Requirement?