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1. Introduction Robert Ross, Oystein Tunsjo and Zhang Tuosheng Part 1 2. The United States and the Future Global Order Robert Art 3. On China's Concept of the International Security Order Zhang Tuosheng 4. The European Union as Civilian Power: Aspirations, Potential, Achievements Hans Maull Part 2 5. Changes and Continuities in EU-China Relations: A German Perspective Gudrun Wacker 6. Travelling Hopefully, Acting Realistically? UK-China Interactions James Gow 7. China and European Security and Economic Interests: A French Perspective Jean Pierre Cabestan 8. China and US Security and Economic Interests: Challenges and Opportunities Robert Sutter 9. An Analysis of Chinese Images of the United States and EU Wu Baiyi Part 3 10. China-US-EU Relationship in a Changing Era Wang Yizhou 11. Strategy, Politics, and World Order Perspective: Comparing the EU and US Approaches to China's Resurgence Rosemary Foot Part 4 12. Global Imbalances and Currency Politics: China, Europe and the United States Andrew Walter 13. Managing Tension and Promoting Cooperation: US-Europe Approaches on Security Issues with China Bates Gill 14. US-China-EU Relations: Towards a New World Order? Robert Ross, Oystein Tunsjo and Zhang Tuosheng
Robert S. Ross is Professor of Political Science at Boston College, Associate, John King Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University, Visiting Professor at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies, Senior Advisor, Security Studies Program, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. A ystein Tunsjo is Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Defence Studies. Zhang Tuosheng is Chairman, academic Committee; Director, Center for Foreign Policy Studies, China Foundation for International and Strategic Studies.
'...this book successfully calls into question the accuracy and explanatory capability of the 'securitization' approach that has dominated the recent intellectual debate on China--US relations, particularly within American academia.' - The International Spectator, Vol. 45, No. 4 (December 2010), 119