By Rex Li
A emerging China, diplomacy theories, and chinese language protection discourse of East Asian powers -- Hegemonic aspirations in a unipolar international : US safeguard process less than the George Bush Snr and invoice Clinton presidencies -- September eleven, pre-emption and the Bush Doctrine : US protection process below the George W. Bush management -- safeguard, identification, and strategic selection : Japan's quest for an excellent strength prestige -- A key participant in an rising multipolar international : Russia and East Asian protection -- China's reaction to the protection problem of the foremost powers in East Asia : identification development and nice strength aspirations -- chinese language protection discourse and its implications for the controversy at the upward push of China
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His analysis of Chinese discourse on the ‘China threat theory’ shows that China is also engaged in a discursive practice through which rejection of Western concern of a powerful China is turned into the generation of external threats from America, Japan, India and other countries. A careful reading of the Chinese texts on the ‘China threat theory’ thus reveals a practice of ‘estrangement’ (Der Derian 1987) with the aim of affirming China’s national identity. By treating any criticisms of China as ‘foreign’ and even ‘mad’, PRC elites seek to construct an identity that is distinctively Chinese.
In his book The Tragedy of Great Power Politics, John Mearsheimer (2001: 10 A rising China and Chinese security discourse 396–402) offers a particularly pessimistic prediction of the consequences of a powerful China for international security. From a realist standpoint, a great power’s behaviour is determined not so much by its intentions but by its capabilities. As a state’s economy vastly expands, it will use its newfound power to extend its spheres of influence and defend its economic interests whenever and wherever these interests are challenged.
As the focus of the book is on the evolution of the PRC’s grand strategy, only one chapter is devoted to Beijing’s relations with the major powers in the world which also includes India, ASEAN and the European Union (EU). Consequently, Chinese security perceptions of the East Asian powers remain insufficiently explored. Michael Swaine and Ashley Tellis’s (2000) study of China’s grand strategy reaches a conclusion similar to that of Goldstein. They argue that China has adopted a ‘calculative strategy’ which would allow it to acquire comprehensive national power in a less confrontational security environment.
A Rising China and Security in East Asia: Identity Construction and Security Discourse (Politics in Asia) by Rex Li