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|Other Titles:||The PRC’s Strategic Notion and Diplomatic Practice of the New National Security View|
Globalization;New Security View;Diplomatic Strategy;Anti-Terrorism
|Issue Date:||2016-07-20 16:05:53 (UTC+8)|
With the rise of China, Chinese Communists acknowledged that China can hold and take advantage of the first twenty years in the 21st century as an important opportunity. In accordance with the strategic goal, the PRC proposed a new national security view based on the guidelines of “mutual trust, mutual benefit, equality, cooperation,” and claimed that equality and negotiation has become the PRC’s main framework in the field of national defense and foreign policy. Furthermore, in recent years the PRC has been progressively participating in the international organizations and cooperation, strengthening its relationship with powerful countries and neighboring countries, as well as taking part in the international anti-terrorism operations. These movements represented that the PRC has put the New National Security View into practice through diplomatic approaches. Based on the concept of national security in the globalized world, this study focuses on the military and diplomatic strategic notion of the PRC’s New National Security View as a framework. Specifically, this paper analyzed the in-depth of the New Security View from the perspective of diplomatic strategies and practice.
|Relation:||東亞研究, 40(1), 75-106|
East Asia Studies
|Appears in Collections:||[East Asia Studies] Periodical Articles|
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