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The Rise of China, 2021/22, Semester 2
Dr Kingsley Edney
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Week 1 – Introduction: China, power and international order(s)

Required reading:

Campbell, Kurt M. and Ely Ratner (2018) ‘The China Reckoning: How Beijing Defied American Expectations’ Foreign Affairs 97(2): 60-70.

Johnston, Alastair Iain (2019) 'China in a world of orders: rethinking compliance and challenge in Beijing's international relations' International Security 44(2): 9-60.

Turner, Oliver and Nicola Nymalm (2019) 'Morality and progress: IR narratives on international revisionism and the status quo' Cambridge Review of International Affairs 32(4): 407-428.

Further reading:

Breslin, Shaun (ed.) (2010) Handbook of China's international relations (London: Routledge).

Buzan, Barry and Michael Cox (2013) ‘China and the US: comparable cases of “peaceful rise”? ’ Chinese journal of international politics 6(2): 109-32.

Chung, Jae Ho (ed.) (2015) Assessing China's power (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

Cohen, Warren I. (2007) ‘China’s rise in historical perspective’ The journal of strategic studies. 30(4-5): 683-704.

Cui Liru (2012) ‘Peaceful rise: China’s modernisation trajectory’ The International Spectator 47(2): 14-17.

Deng, Yong (2008), China's struggle for status : the realignment of international relations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Doshi, Rush (2021) The Long Game: China's Grand Strategy to Displace American Order (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Feigenbaum, Evan A. (2017) ‘China and the World: Dealing with a Reluctant Power’ Foreign affairs. ISSN: 0015-7120 96(1): 33-40.

Foot, Rosemary (2013) (ed.), China across the divide : the domestic and global in politics and society (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Foot, Rosemary and Evelyn Goh (2019) 'The international relations of East Asia: a new research prospectus' International Studies Review 21(3): 398-423.

Foot, Rosemary and Andrew Walter (2011), China, the United States, and global order (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Friedberg, Aaron L. (2005) ‘The future of U.S.-China relations: is conflict inevitable? ’ International security. 30(2): 7-45.

Friedberg, Aaron L. (2011) A contest for supremacy : China, America, and the struggle for mastery in Asia (New York: W. W. Norton & Co.).

Friedberg, Aaron L. (2018) ‘Competing with China’ Survival 60(3): 7-64.

Godement, François (2012) ‘China’s rise as an international factor: connecting the dots’ The International Spectator 47(2): 24-29.

Goh, Evelyn (2013), The struggle for order [electronic resource] : hegemony, hierarchy, and transition in post-Cold War East Asia (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

Ikenberry, G. John (2004) ‘American hegemony and East Asian order’ Australian Journal of International Affairs 58(3): 353–65. 

Ikenberry, G. John (2014) Power, order, and change in world politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Ikenberry, G. John (2016) ‘Between the Eagle and the Dragon: America, China, and Middle State Strategies in East Asia’ Political Science Quarterly 131(1): 9-43.

Kang, David C. (2020) 'International order in historical East Asia: tribute and hierarchy beyond Sinocentrism and Eurocentrism' International Organization 74(1): 65-93.

Kupchan, Charles A. (2012) No one's world : the West, the rising rest, and the coming global turn (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Lampton, David M. (2008) The three faces of Chinese power : might, money, and minds (Berkeley: California University Press).

Lampton, David M. (2009) ‘The United States and China in the age of Obama: looking each other straight in the eyes’ Journal of contemporary China. 18(62): 703-727.

Ross, Robert S. and Zhu Feng (eds.) (2008) China's ascent : power, security, and the future of international politics (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).

Roy, Denny (2013) ‘The Rise of China: What to Watch For’ Asia Pacific Bulletin 243, 3 December. Available Online at:

Schell, Orville and John Delury (2013) Wealth and power : China's long march to the twenty-first century (London: Little, Brown).

Schweller, Randall L. (1999) ‘Managing the Rise of Great Powers: History and Theory’ in Alastair Iain Johnston and Robert S. Ross (eds.), Engaging China : the management of an emerging power (London: Routledge), pp. 1-31.

Shambaugh, David (2005) ‘China Engages Asia: Reshaping the Regional Order’ International security. 29(3): 64-99.

Shambaugh, David (ed.) (2005) Power shift : China and Asia's new dynamics (Berkeley: University of California Press).

Shambaugh, David (2012) ‘Thinking about China’s future’ The International Spectator 47(2): 18-23.

Shambaugh, David (2013), China goes global : the partial power (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Shambaugh, David (2018) 'U.S.-China Rivalry in Southeast Asia: Power Shift or Competitive Coexistence?' International security. ISSN: 0162-2889 42(4): 85-127.

Swaine, Michael D. (2011) America's challenge : engaging a rising China in the twenty-first century (Washington D.C.: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace).

Wang Gungwu and Zheng Yongnian (eds.) (2008), China and the new international order (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge).

Ward, Steven (2017) Status and the challenge of rising powers ISBN: 1107182360; 9781107182363 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Weiss, Jessica Chen and Jeremy L. Wallace (2021) 'Domestic politics, China's rise, and the future of the liberal international order' International Organization 

Zhao, Quansheng (2007) ‘Managed great power relations: do we see “one-up and one-down”? ’ The journal of strategic studies. 30(4-5): 609-37.

Zhao, Quansheng and Guoli Liu (2007) ‘The challenges of a rising China’ The journal of strategic studies. 30(4-5): 585-608.

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Week 2 – Foreign policy, agency and the party-state: who/what is China?

Required reading:

Lanteigne, Marc (2013) 'Who (and what) makes Chinese foreign policy today?' in Chinese Foreign Policy: An Introduction (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge), pp. 18-38.

Pu, Xiaoyu and Chengli Wang (2018) 'Rethinking China's rise: Chinese scholars debate strategic overstretch' International Affairs 94(5): 1019-1035.

Hameiri, Shahar and Lee Jones (2016) 'Rising powers and state transformation: the case of China' European Journal of International Relations 22(1): 72-98.

Further reading:

Chan, Gerald (1999) Chinese perspectives on international relations : a framework for analysis (Houndmills: Macmillan).

Chen, Dingding and Jianwei Wang (2011) ‘Lying Low No More? China’s New Thinking on the Tao Guang Yang Hui Strategy’ China: An International Journal. 9(2): 195-216.

Christensen, Thomas J. (2011) ‘The advantages of an assertive China: responding to Beijing’s abrasive diplomacy’ Foreign affairs. 90(2): 54-67.

Feng Huiyun (2009) ‘Is China a Revisionist Power? ’ Chinese journal of international politics 2(3): 313-34.

Fravel, Taylor M. (2005) ‘Regime insecurity and international cooperation: explaining China’s compromises in territorial disputes’ International security. 30(2): 46-83.

Glaser, Bonnie and Phil Saunders (2002) ‘Chinese civilian foreign policy research institutes: Evolving roles and increasing influence’ The China quarterly. 171: 597-616.

Holslag, Jonathan (2014) ‘The smart revisionist’ Survival. 56(5): 95-116.

Jakobson, Linda and Dean Knox (2010) New Foreign Policy Actors in China, SIPRI Policy Paper 26 (Stockholm: SIPRI). Available Online at:

Ji, You (2013) ‘The PLA and Diplomacy: Unravelling Myths about the Military Role in Foreign Policy Making’ Journal of contemporary China. 23(86): 236-54.

Johnston, Alastair Iain (2013) ‘How new and assertive is China’s new assertiveness? ’ International security. 37(4): 7-48.

Kastner, Scott L. and Phillip C. Saunders (2012) ‘Is China a status quo or a revisionist state? Leadership travel as an empirical indicator of foreign policy priorities’ International studies quarterly. 56(1): 163-77.

Kawashima, Shin (2011) ‘The Development of the Debate Over ‘Hiding One’s Talents and Biding One’s Time’ (taoguan yanghui)’ Asia-Pacific review. 18(2): 14-36.

Lai, Hongyi (2010) The domestic sources of China's foreign policy : regimes, leadership, priorities and process (London: Routledge).

Lai, Hongyi and Su-Jeong Kang (2013) ‘Domestic Bureaucratic Politics and Chinese Foreign Policy’ Journal of contemporary China. 23(86): 294-313.

Lanteigne, Marc (2016) Chinese Foreign Policy: An Introduction [Third Edition] (London: Routledge).

Legro, Jeffrey W. (2007) ‘What China will want: the future intentions of a rising power’ Perspectives on politics. 5(3): 515-34.

Liao, Nien-Chung Chang (2016) 'The sources of China's assertiveness: the system, domestic politics or leadership preferences? ' International affairs. 92(4): 817-833.

Lynch, Daniel C. (2015) China's futures : PRC elites debate economics, politics, and foreign policy (Stanford: Stanford University Press).

Ratner, Ely (2011) ‘The emergent security threats reshaping China’s rise’ The Washington quarterly. 34(1): 29-44.

Scobell, Andrew (2012) ‘Learning to rise peacefully? China and the security dilemma’ Journal of contemporary China. 21(76): 713-21.

Scobell, Andrew and Scott W. Harold (2013) ‘An “assertive” China? Insights from interviews’ Asian security  9(2): 111-131. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Shambaugh, David (2007) ‘China’s “quiet diplomacy”: The International Department of the Chinese Communist Party’ China: An International Journal. 5(1): 26-54.

Shambaugh, David (2011) ‘Coping with a conflicted China’ The Washington quarterly. 34(1): 7-27.

Shirk, Susan L. (2008) China, Fragile Superpower (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Wang, Jianwei and Xiaojie Wang (2013), ‘Media and Chinese Foreign Policy’, Journal of contemporary China. 23(86): 216-35.

Wang, Jisi (2011) ‘China’s search for a grand strategy: a rising great power finds its way’ Foreign affairs. 90: 68-79.

Zhang, Feng (2012) ‘China’s new thinking on alliances’ Survival. 54(5): 129-48.

Zhu, Zhiqun (2011) ‘Chinese Foreign Policy: External and Internal Factors’ China: An International Journal 9(2): 185-94.

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Week 3 – Traditional concepts for understanding China's rise: security dilemmas, power transition theory and international institutions

Required reading:

Mearsheimer, John J. (2021) 'The Inevitable Rivalry: America, China, and the Tragedy of Great-Power Politics' Foreign affairs. 100(6): 48-59.

Ikenberry, G. John (2018) 'Why the liberal world order will survive' Ethics and International Affairs 32(1): 17-29.

Glaser, Charles (2011) ‘Will China’s rise lead to war? Why realism does not mean pessimism’ Foreign affairs. 90(2): 80-91.

Further reading:

Art, Robert J. (2008) ‘The United States and the rise of China: implications for the long haul’ in Robert S. Ross and Zhu Feng (eds.) China's ascent : power, security, and the future of international politics (Ithaca: Cornell University Press), pp. 260-90.

Brooks, Stephen G. and William C. Wohlforth (2015) ‘The rise and fall of the great powers in the twenty-first century: China's rise and the fate of America's global position’ International security. 40(3): 7-53.

Chan, Steve (2004) ‘Exploring puzzles in power-transition theory: implications for Sino-American relations’ Security Studies 13(3): 103-41.

Chan, Steve (2008) China, the US and power-transition theory : a critique (London: Routledge).

Chan, Steve (2010) ‘An Odd Thing Happened on the Way to Balancing: East Asian States’ Reactions to China’s Rise’ International studies review. 12(3): 387-412.

Gilboy, George J. and Eric Heginbotham (2013) ‘Double trouble: a realist view of Chinese and Indian power’ The Washington quarterly. 36(3): 125-42.

Gilpin, Robert (1981) War and change in world politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Goldstein, Avery (2007) ‘Power transitions, institutions, and China’s rise in East Asia: theoretical expectations and evidence’ The journal of strategic studies. 30(4-5): 639-82.

Ikenberry, G. John (2008) ‘The rise of China and the future of the West: can the liberal system survive? ’ Foreign affairs. 87(1): 25.

Ikenberry, G. John (2011) Liberal leviathan [electronic resource] : the origins, crisis, and transformation of the American World Order (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Kent, Ann (1999) China, the United Nations, and human rights : the limits of compliance (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press).

Kugler, Jacek and Douglas Lemke (eds.) (1996) Parity and war : evaluations and extensions of The war ledger (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press).

Lim, Yves-Heng (2011) ‘A tale of two realisms in Chinese foreign policy’ China: An International Journal 9(2): 299-312.

Mearsheimer, John (2006) ‘China's unpeaceful rise’ Current history. 105(690): 160-62.

Mearsheimer, John J. (2010) ‘The gathering storm: China’s challenge to US power in Asia’ Chinese journal of international politics 3(4): 381-96.

Organski, A. F. K. (1958) World politics. (New York: Alfred A. Knopf).

Organski, A. F. K. and Jacek Kugler (1980) The war ledger (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).

Rapkin, David and William Thompson (2003) ‘Power transition, challenge and the (re)emergence of China’ International Interactions  29(4): 315-42. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Ross, Robert S. and Øystein Tunsjø (eds.) (2017) Strategic adjustment and the rise of China : power and politics in East Asia (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).

Schweller, Randall L. and Xiaoyu Pu (2011) ‘After unipolarity: China’s visions of international order in an era of U.S. decline’ International security. 36(1): 41–72.

Steinfeld, Edward S. (2010) Playing our game : why China's rise doesn't threaten the west (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Sun Xuefeng (2010) ‘The Efficiency of China’s Multilateral Policies in East Asia (1997-2007)’ International relations of the Asia-Pacific. 10(3): 515-41.

Tammen, Ronald L. (2008) ‘The Organski legacy: a fifty-year research program’ International Interactions  34(4): 314-32. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Tammen, Ronald, Jacek Kugler, Douglas Lemke, Allan Stam, Carole Alsharabati, Mark Abdollahian, Brian Efird, and A. F. K. Organski (2000) Power transitions : strategies for the 21st century (New York: Chatham House).

Tellis, Ashley J. (2013) ‘Balancing without containment: A U.S. strategy for confronting China's rise’ The Washington quarterly. 36(4): 109-24.

White, Hugh (2013) The China choice [electronic resource] : why we should share power (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Yan Xuetong (2013) ‘Let’s not be friends’ Foreign policy., 6 June,

Zhang, Yongjin (2016) 'China and liberal hierarchies in global international society: power and negotiation for normative change' International affairs. 92(4): 795–816.

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Week 4 – Critical approaches to understanding China’s rise

Required reading:

Goh, Evelyn (2019) 'Contesting hegemonic order: China in East Asia' Security Studies 28(3): 614-644.

Allan, Bentley B., Srdjan Vucetic and Ted Hopf (2018) ‘The Distribution of Identity and the Future of International Order: China’s Hegemonic Prospects’ International organization. ISSN: 0020-8183 72(4): 839-869.

Pan, Chengxin (2018) 'Toward a new relational ontology in global politics: China's rise as holographic transition' International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 18(3): 339-367.

Further reading:

Barabantseva, Elena (2009) ‘Change vs. order: shijie meets tianxia in China’s interactions with the world’ Alternatives : global, local, political. 34(2): 129-55.

Breslin, Shaun (2010) ‘China’s emerging global role: dissatisfied responsible great power’ Politics. 30(s1): 52-62.

Buzan, Barry (2010), ‘China in international society: is “peaceful rise” possible? ’, Chinese journal of international politics, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 5-36.

Callahan, William A. (2012), ‘China's Strategic Futures: Debating the Post-American World Order’ Asian survey., Vol. 52, No. 4, pp. 617-642.

Chin, Gregory and Ramesh Thakur (2010) ‘Will China change the rules of global order? ’ The Washington quarterly. 33(4): 119-38.

Clegg, Jenny (2011) ‘China at the global summit table: rule-taker, deal-wrecker or bridge-builder? ’ Contemporary Politics 17(4): 447-65.

Etzioni, Amitai (2011) ‘Is China a responsible stakeholder? ’ International affairs. 87(3): 539-53.

Goh, Evelyn (2013) The struggle for order [electronic resource] : hegemony, hierarchy, and transition in post-Cold War East Asia (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Gries, Peter Hays (2005) ‘Social psychology and the identity-conflict debate: is the “China threat” inevitable? ’ European journal of international relations. 11(2): 235-65.

He, Yinan (2008) ‘Ripe for cooperation or rivalry? Commerce, realpolitik, and war memory in contemporary Sino-Japanese relations’ Asian security  4(2): 162-97. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Johnston, Alastair Iain (2003) ‘Is China a status quo power? ’ International security. 27(4): 5-56.

Johnston, Alastair Iain (2008) Social states : China in international institutions, 1980-2000 (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Jones, Catherine (2014) 'Constructing great powers: China's status in a socially constructed plurality' International politics. 51(5): 597-618.

Kang, David C. (2003) ‘Getting Asia wrong: the need for new analytical frameworks’ International security. 27(4): 57-85.

Ling, L.H.M. (2013) ‘Worlds beyond Westphalia: Daoist dialectics and the “China threat”’ Review of international studies. 39: 549-68.

Pan, Chengxin (2004) ‘The “China threat” in American self-imagination: the discursive construction of other as power politics’ Alternatives : global, local, political. 29: 305-31.

Pan, Chengxin (2012) Knowledge, desire and power in global politics : western representations of China's rise (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar).

Reus-Smit, Christian (2017) 'Cultural Diversity and International Order' International organization. ISSN: 0020-8183 71(4): 851-885.

Turner, Oliver (2013) ‘“Threatening” China and US security: the international politics of identity’ Review of international studies. 39(4): 903-24.

Ward, Steven (2017) Status and the challenge of rising powers ISBN: 1107182360; 9781107182363 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Yoshimatsu, Hidetaka (2009) ‘The rise of China and the vision for an East Asian Community’ Journal of contemporary China. 18(62): 745-765.

Zhang, Yongjin (2013) ‘“China anxiety”: discourse and intellectual challenges’ Development and change. 44(6): 1407-25.

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Week 5 – The strategic threat debate and regional security

Required reading:

Goldstein, Avery (2013) 'First things first: the pressing danger of crisis instability in U.S.-China relations' International Security 37(4): 49-89.

Liff, Adam P. (2018) 'China and the US alliance system' The China Quarterly 233: 137-165.

Ling, LHM and Mari Nakamura (2019) 'Popular culture and politics: re-narrating the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute' Cambridge Review of International Affairs 32(4): 541-558.

Further reading:

Acharya, Amitav (2014) ‘Power shift or paradigm shift? China’s rise and Asia’s emerging security order’ International studies quarterly. 58(1): 158-173.

Beckley, Michael (2017) ‘The Emerging Military Balance in East Asia: How China’s Neighbors Can Check Chinese Naval Expansion’ International security. ISSN: 0162-2889 42(2): 78-119.

Bisley, Nick (2012) ‘China’s rise and the making of East Asia’s security architecture’ Journal of contemporary China. 21(73): 19-34.

Cunningham, Fiona S. and M. Taylor Fravel (2015) 'Assuring Assured Retaliation' International security. 40(2): 7-50.

Dobbins, James (2012) ‘War with China’ Survival. 54(4): 7-24.

Dreyer, June Teufel (2012) ‘The shifting triangle: Sino-Japanese-American relations in stressful times’ Journal of contemporary China. 21(75): 409-26.

Erikson, Andrew S. (2015) 'Evaluating China's conventional military power: The naval and air dimensions' in Chung, Jae Ho (ed.) Assessing China's power (London: Palgrave Macmillan), pp. 65-90.

Etzioni, Amitai (2013) ‘MAR: A model for US-China relations’ The Diplomat 20 September, Available Online at:

Etzioni, Amitai (2013) ‘Who authorized preparations for war with China? ’ Yale Journal of International Affairs 8(2): 37-51.

Etzioni, Amitai (2014) ‘The Air-Sea Battle “concept”: a critique’ International politics 51(5): 577-596.

Fravel, M. Taylor (2017) 'Shifts in Warfare and Party Unity: Explaining China's Changes in Military Strategy' International security. ISSN: 0162-2889 42(3): 37-83.

Goldstein, Avery (2013) ‘China’s real and present danger’ Foreign affairs., 92(5): 136-144.

Goldstein, Lyle J. (2011) ‘Resetting the US-China security relationship’ Survival. 53(2): 89-116.

Haas, Michael (2013) ‘A MARred alternative: offense, defense and U.S.-China relations’ The Diplomat 8 October, Available Online at:

Hao Yufan and Brantly Womack (eds.)(2016) Rethinking The Triangle : Washington-Beijing-Taipei (Singapore: World Scientific and Macau University Press).

Johnston, Alastair Iain (2008) Social states : China in international institutions, 1980-2000 (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Kastner, Scott L. (2015) 'Is the Taiwan Strait Still a Flash Point? : Rethinking the Prospects for Armed Conflict between China and Taiwan' International security. 40(3): 54-92.

Kim, Min-hyung (2016) ‘South Korea’s strategy toward a rising China, security dynamics in East Asia, and international relations theory’ Asian survey. 56(4): 707-730.

Lanteigne, Marc (2013) ‘Fire over water: China's strategic engagement of Somalia and the Gulf of Aden crisis’ The Pacific review. 26(3): 289-312.

Liff, Adam P. and G. John Ikenberry (2014) ‘Racing toward tragedy?: China’s rise, military competition in the Asia Pacific, and the security dilemma’ International security 39(2): 52-91.

Lim, Yves-Heng (2010) ‘Locating transition: the prospect for a US-China transition in Asia’ Journal of contemporary China. 19(67): 913-34.

Manicom, James (2014) ‘China and American seapower in East Asia: is accommodation possible? ’ The journal of strategic studies. 37(3): 345-371. 

Mastro, Oriana Skylar (2011) ‘Signaling and military provocation in Chinese national security strategy: a closer look at the Impeccable incident’ The journal of strategic studies. 34(2): 219-44.

McDougall, Derek (2012) ‘Responses to “rising China” in the East Asian region: soft balancing with accommodation’ Journal of contemporary China. 21(73): 1-17.

Odgaard, Liselotte (2017) ‘Maritime Security in East Asia: Peaceful Coexistence and Active Defense in China's Diaoyu/Senkaku Policy’ Journal of contemporary China.  26(103): 118-133.

Ong, Russell (2010) ‘Taiwan's strategic options and the US’ Asia Pacific viewpoint. 17(2): 56–75.

Pillsbury, Michael (2012) ‘The sixteen fears: China’s strategic psychology’ Survival. 54(5): 149-82.

Ross, Robert S. (2006) ‘Balance of power politics and the rise of China: accommodation and balancing in East Asia’ Security Studies 15(3): 355-95.

Roy, Denny (1994) ‘Hegemon on the horizon? : China’s threat to East Asian security’ International security. 19(1): 149-68.

Rozman, Gilbert (2010) ‘Post Cold War evolution of Chinese thinking on regional institutions in Northeast Asia’ Journal of contemporary China. 19(66): 605-20.

Talmadge, Caitlin (2017) 'Would China Go Nuclear?: Assessing the Risk of Chinese Nuclear Escalation in a Conventional War with the United States' International security. ISSN: 0162-2889 41(4): 50-92.

Tucker, Nancy Bernkopf and Bonnie Glaser (2011) ‘Should the United States abandon Taiwan? ’ The Washington quarterly. 34(4): 23-37.

White, Hugh (2013) The China choice [electronic resource] : why we should share power (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Xin, Qiang (2012) ‘Cooperation opportunity or confrontation catalyst? The implication of China’s naval development for China-US relations’ Journal of contemporary China. 21(76): 603-22.

Yahuda, Michael (2013) ‘China’s new assertiveness in the South China Sea’ Journal of contemporary China. 22(81): 446-459.

Yuan, Jing-Dong (2010) ‘China’s role in establishing and building the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)’ Journal of contemporary China. 19(67): 855-69.

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Week 6 – The debt-trap debate and China’s impact on the global economy

Required reading:

Benabdallah, Lina (2019) 'Contesting the international order by integrating it: the case of China's Belt and Road Initiative' Third World Quarterly 40(1): 92-108.

Brautigam, Deborah (2020) 'A critical look at Chinese "debt-trap diplomacy": the rise of a meme' Area Development and Policy 5(1): 1-14.

Hodzi, Obert (2020) 'African political elites and the making(s) of the China Model in Africa' Politics and Policy 48(5): 887-907.

Further reading:

Alden, Chris and Ana Cristina Alves (2017) ‘China's Regional Forum Diplomacy in the Developing World: Socialisation and the "Sinosphere"’ Journal of contemporary China.  26(103): 151-165.

Algieri, Franco (2002) ‘EU economic relations with China: an institutionalist perspective’ The China quarterly. 169: 64 – 77.

Beeson, Mark, Mills Soko and Wang Yong (2011) ‘The new resource politics: can Australia and South Africa accommodate China? ’ International affairs. 87(6): 1365-1384.

Brautigam, Deborah and Tang Xiaoyang (2012) ‘Economic statecraft in China's new overseas special economic zones: soft power, business or resource security? ’ International affairs. 88(4): 799-816.

Breslin, Shaun (2007) China and the global political economy (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Breslin, Shaun (2008) ‘Why growth equals power – and why it shouldn’t: constructing visions of China’ Journal of Asian public policy 1(1): 3–17.

Breslin, Shaun (2011) ‘China and the crisis: global power, domestic caution and local initiative’ Contemporary Politics 17(2): 185-200.

Breslin, Shaun (2011) ‘The "China model" and the global crisis: from Friedrich List to a Chinese mode of governance? ’ International affairs. 87(6): 1323-1343.

Breslin, Shaun (2013) ‘China and the South: objectives, actors and interactions’ Development and change. 44(6): 1273-94.

Dannreuther, Roland (2011) ‘China and global oil: vulnerability and opportunity’ International affairs. 87(6): 1345-1364.

Dickson, Bruce J. (2011) ‘Updating the China model’ The Washington quarterly. 34(4): 39-58.

Downs, Erica S. (2004) ‘The Chinese energy security debate’ The China quarterly. 177: 21-41.

Galantucci, Robert A. (2015) 'The Repercussions of Realignment: United States-China Interdependence and Exchange Rate Politics' International studies quarterly. 59(3): 423-435.

Hale, David D. and Lyric Hughes Hale (2008) ‘Reconsidering revaluation: the wrong approach to the U.S.-Chinese trade imbalance’ Foreign affairs. 87(1).

Holslag, Jonathan (2011) ‘China’s vulnerability trap’ Survival. 53(2): 77-88.

Hung, Ho-fung (2013) ‘China: saviour or challenger of the dollar hegemony? ’ Development and change. 44(6): 1341-61.

Kennedy, Andrew B. (2010) ‘China’s new energy-security debate’ Survival. 52(3): 137-58.

Kennedy, Scott (2010) ‘The myth of the Beijing consensus’ Journal of contemporary China. 19(65): 461-77.

Kirshner, Jonathan (2008) ‘The consequences of China’s economic rise for Sino-U.S. relations: rivalry, political conflict, and (not) war’ in Robert S. Ross and Zhu Feng (eds.) China's ascent : power, security, and the future of international politics (Ithaca: Cornell University Press), pp. 238-259.

Kynge, James (2006) China shakes the world : the rise of a hungry nation (New York: Mariner Books).

Lee, John (2012) ‘China’s geostrategic search for oil’ The Washington quarterly. 35(3): 75-92.

McNally, Christopher A. (2012) ‘Sino-capitalism: China’s reemergence and the international political economy’ World politics. 64(4): 741–76.

Naughton, Barry (2010) ‘China’s distinctive system: can it be a model for others? ’ Journal of contemporary China. 19(65): 437-60.

Ngai, Pun and Jenny Chan (2012) ‘Global capital, the state, and Chinese workers: the Foxconn experience’ Modern China. 38(4): 383–410.

Pan, Chengxin (2009) ‘What is Chinese about Chinese businesses? Locating the “rise of China” in global production networks’ Journal of contemporary China. 18(58): 7–25.

Pearson, Margaret M. (2006) ‘China in Geneva: lessons from China’s early years in the World Trade Organization’ in Alastair Iain Johnston and Robert S. Ross (eds.) New directions in the study of China's foreign policy. (Stanford: Stanford University Press), pp. 242-75.

Ramo, Joshua Cooper (2004) The Beijing Consensus (London: The Foreign Policy Centre). Available Online at:

Reilly, James (2012) ‘A norm-taker or a norm-maker? Chinese aid in Southeast Asia’ Journal of contemporary China. 21(73): 71-91.

Reilly, James (2021) Orchestration: China's Economic Statecraft Across Asia and Europe (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Taube, Markus (2002) ‘Economic relations between the PRC and the states of Europe’ The China Quarterly 169: 78–107.

Wang, Fei-Ling and Esi A. Elliot (2014) ‘China in Africa: presence, perceptions and prospects’ Journal of contemporary China. 23(90): 1012-1032.

Yahuda, Michael (2006) ‘The limits of economic interdependence: Sino-Japanese relations’ in Alastair Iain Johnston and Robert S. Ross (eds.) New directions in the study of China's foreign policy. (Stanford: Stanford University Press), pp. 162-85.

Zhao, Hong (2014) ‘China’s dilemma on Iran: between energy security and a responsible rising power’ Journal of contemporary China. 23(87): 408-424.

Zhao, Suisheng (2008) ‘China’s global search for energy security: cooperation and competition in Asia-Pacific’ Journal of contemporary China. 17(55): 207-27.

Zhao, Suisheng (2010) ‘The China model: can it replace the Western model of modernization? ’ Journal of contemporary China. 19(65): 419–36. 

Zhao, Suisheng (2017) 'Whither the China Model: revisiting the debate' Journal of contemporary China. 26(103): 1-17.

Zweig, David and Chen Zhimin (eds.) (2007) China's reforms and international political economy (London: Routledge).

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Week 7 – The China influence debate and the role of culture and ideas in China’s rise

Required reading:

Brady, Anne-Marie (2017) ‘Magic weapons: China’s political influence activities under Xi Jinping’, paper presented at The Corrosion of Democracy under China’s Global Influence conference, Arlington, Virginia, USA, 16-17 September, available at 

Lams, Lutgard (2018) 'Examining strategic narratives in Chinese official discourse under Xi Jinping' Journal of Chinese Political Science 23(3): 387-411. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (afp 23/10/2018) 

Gill, Bates (2020) 'China's global influence: post-COVID prospects for soft power' The Washington Quarterly 43(2): 97-115.

Further reading:

Bettiza, Gregorio and David Lewis (2020) 'Authoritarian powers and norm contestation in the liberal international order: theorizing the power politics of ideas and identity' Journal of Global Security Studies 5(4): 559-577.

Brady, Anne-Marie (2015) ‘China’s Foreign Propaganda Machine’ Journal of democracy. ISSN: 1045-5736 26(4): 51-59.

Breslin, Shaun (2009) ‘Understanding China’s regional rise: interpretations, identities and implications’ International affairs. 85(4): 817-35.

Cho, Young Nam and Jong Ho Jeong (2008) ‘China’s soft power: discussions, resources, and prospects’ Asian survey. 48(3): 453–472.

d’Hooghe, Ingrid (2007) The Rise of China’s Public Diplomacy (The Hague: Netherlands Institute of International Relations). Available Online at:

d'Hooghe, Ingrid (2021) 'China's public diplomacy goes political' The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

Ding, Sheng (2008) The dragon's hidden wings : how China rises with its soft power (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield).

Edney, Kingsley (2012) ‘Soft power and the Chinese propaganda system’ Journal of contemporary China. 21(78): 899-914.

Edney, Kingsley (2014) The globalization of Chinese propaganda : international power and domestic political cohesion (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).

Edney, Kingsley, Stanley Rosen and Ying Zhu (eds.) (2020) Soft Power with Chinese Characteristics: China's Campaign for Hearts and Minds (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge).

Gill, Bates and Yanzhong Huang (2006) ‘Sources and limits of Chinese “soft power”’ Survival. 48(2): 17-36.

Gill, Bates and Benjamin Schreer (2018) 'Countering China's "united front"' The Washington Quarterly 41(2): 155-170.

Hackenesch, Christine and Julia Bader (2020) 'The struggle for minds and influence: the Chinese Communist Party’s global outreach' International Studies Quarterly 64(3): 723-733.

Hartig, Falk (2016) Chinese public diplomacy : the rise of the Confucius Institute (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge).

Hunter, Alan (2009) ‘Soft power: China on the global stage’ Chinese journal of international politics 2(3): 373-98.

Huang, Yanzhong and Sheng Ding (2006) ‘Dragon’s underbelly: an analysis of China’s soft power’ East Asia 23(4): 22-44.

Jiang, Min (2010) ‘Authoritarian Informationalism: China’s Approach to Internet Sovereignty’ SAIS Review of International Affairs 30(2): 71-89. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Kurlantzick, Joshua (2007) Charm offensive : how China's soft power is transforming the world (New Haven: Yale University Press).

Latham, Kevin (2009) ‘Media, the Olympics and the search for the “real China”’ The China quarterly. 197:29-43.

Li, Mingjiang (ed.) (2009) Soft power : China's emerging strategy in international politics (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield).

Nye, Joseph S. Jr (2009) ‘Hard decisions on soft power: opportunities and difficulties for Chinese soft power’ Harvard international review 31(2): 18–22.

Nye, Joseph S. Jr. (2010) ‘American and Chinese power after the financial crisis’ The Washington quarterly. 33(4): 143-53.

Paradise, James F. (2009) ‘China and international harmony: the role of Confucius Institutes in bolstering Beijing’s soft power’ Asian survey. 49(4): 647-69.

Shambaugh, David (2015) ‘China’s Soft Power Push’ Foreign affairs. ISSN: 0015-7120 94(4): 99-107.

Smith, Nicholas Ross and Tracey Fallon (2020) 'An Epochal Moment? The COVID-19 Pandemic and China’s International Order Building' World Affairs 183(3): 235-255.

Suzuki, Shogo (2009) ‘Chinese soft power, insecurity studies, myopia and fantasy’ Third world quarterly. 30(4): 779-93.

Walker, Christopher (2018) 'What is "sharp power"?' Journal of Democracy 29(3): 9-23.

Walker, Christopher, Shanthi Kalathil and Jessica Ludwig (2020) 'The Cutting Edge of Sharp Power' Journal of Democracy 31(1): 124-137.

Wang, Hongying (2003) ‘National image building and Chinese foreign policy’ China: An International Journal 1(1): 46-72.

Wang, Jian (ed.) (2011) Soft Power in China: Public Diplomacy through Communication (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).

Wang, Yiwei (2008) ‘Public diplomacy and the rise of Chinese soft power’ Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 616(1): 257-73.

Yan, Xuetong (2018) 'Chinese Values vs. Liberalism: What Ideology Will Shape the International Normative Order?' The Chinese Journal of International Politics 11(1): 1-22.

Zhao, Litao and Soon Heng Tan (2007) ‘China’s cultural rise: visions and challenges’ China: An International Journal 5(1): 97-108.

Zweig, David and Huiyao Wang (2013) ‘Can China bring back the best? The Communist Party organizes China’s search for talent’ The China quarterly. 215: 590-615.

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Week 8 – Issues and cases: sovereignty, human protection and the United Nations

Required reading:

Contessi, Nicola P. (2010) ‘Multilateralism, intervention and norm contestation: China’s stance on Darfur in the UN Security Council’ Security Dialogue 41(3): 323-44.

Fung, Courtney J. (2019) 'Rhetorical Adaptation, Normative Resistance and International Order-Making: China’s Advancement of the Responsibility to Protect’ Cooperation and Conflict 55(2): 193-215.

Foot, Rosemary (2020) 'Positioning development in human protection' in China, the UN, and Human Protection: Beliefs, Power, Image (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 228-256.

Further reading:

Bellamy, Alex J. (2006) ‘Whither the responsibility to protect? Humanitarian intervention and the 2005 World Summit’ Ethics and international affairs 20(2): 143-69.

Bellamy, Alex J. (2009) Responsibility to protect [electronic resource] : the global effort to end mass atrocities (Cambridge: Polity).

Carlson, Allen (2004) ‘Helping to keep the peace (albeit reluctantly): China’s recent stance on sovereignty and multilateral intervention’ Pacific affairs. 77(1): 9-27.

Carlson, Allen (2006) ‘More than just saying no: China’s evolving approach to sovereignty and intervention since Tiananmen’ in Alastair Iain Johnston and Robert S. Ross (eds.) New directions in the study of China's foreign policy (Stanford: Stanford University Press), pp. 217-41. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Chan, Lai-Ha, Pak K. Lee and Gerald Chan (2008) ‘Rethinking global governance: a China model in the making? ’ Contemporary Politics 14(1): 3-19.

Chen, Jing (2009) ‘Explaining the change in China’s attitude toward UN peacekeeping: a norm change perspective’ Journal of contemporary China. 18(58): 157-73.

Freeman, Carla P. (2020) 'An Uncommon Approach to the Global Commons: Interpreting China's Divergent Positions on Maritime and Outer Space Governance' The China Quarterly 241: 1-21.

Fung, Courtney J. (2019) China and Intervention at the UN Security Council: Reconciling Status (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Gill, Bates and James Reilly (2000) ‘Sovereignty, intervention and peacekeeping: the view from Beijing’ Survival. 42(3): 41-59.

Holslag, Jonathan (2008) ‘China’s diplomatic manoeuvring on the question of Darfur’ Journal of contemporary China. 17(54): 71-84.

Large, Daniel (2008) ‘China and the contradictions of “non-interference” in Sudan’ Review of African political economy. 35(115): 93-106.

Li, Chien-pin (2011) ‘Norm entrepreneur or interest maximiser? : China’s participation in UN peacekeeping operations, 2001-2010’ China: An International Journal 9(2): 313-27.

Pang, Zhongying (2009) ‘China’s non-intervention question’ Global responsibility to protect. 1(2): 238-9.

Snetkov, Aglaya and Marc Lanteigne (2015) ‘“The loud dissenter and its cautious partner” – Russia, China, global governance and humanitarian intervention’ International relations of the Asia-Pacific. 15(1): 113-146.

Suzuki, Shogo (2011) ‘Why does China participate in intrusive peacekeeping? Understanding paternalistic Chinese discourses on development and intervention’ International peacekeeping. 18(3): 271-85.

Swaine, Michael D. (2012) ‘Chinese views of the Syrian conflict’ China Leadership Monitor 39, Available Online at:

Teitt, Sarah (2011) ‘The responsibility to protect and China’s peacekeeping policy’ International peacekeeping. 18(3): 298-312.

Wu Zhengyu and Ian Taylor (2011) ‘From refusal to engagement: Chinese contributions to peacekeeping in Africa’ Journal of contemporary African studies. 29(2): 137-54.

Zhao, Hong (2013) ‘China’s dilemma on Iran: between energy security and a responsible rising power’ Journal of contemporary China. 23(87): 408-424.

See also the Special Issue on China’s Evolving Approach to Peacekeeping in the journal International peacekeeping. 18(3): 2011.

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Week 9 – Issues and cases: nationalism and the ‘Chinese dream’

Required reading:

Callahan, William A. (2010) ‘When is China? (1): Patriotic education and the century of national humiliation’, Chapter 2 in China: The Pessoptimist Nation (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Weiss, Jessica Chen (2019) 'How hawkish is the Chinese public? Another look at "Rising Nationalism" and Chinese foreign policy' Journal of Contemporary China 28(119): 679-695.

Shi, Wei and Shih-Diing Liu (2020) 'Pride as structure of feeling: Wolf Warrior II and the national subject of the Chinese dream' Chinese Journal of Communication 13(3): 329-343.

Further reading:

Callahan, William A. (2004) ‘National insecurities: humiliation, salvation, and Chinese nationalism’ Alternatives : global, local, political. . 29(2): 199-218.

Callahan, William A. (2005) ‘Nationalism, civilization and transnational relations: the discourse of Greater China’ Journal of contemporary China. 14(43): 269–89.

Callahan, William A. (2010) China: The Pessoptimist Nation (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Carlson, Allen (2009) ‘A flawed perspective: the limitations inherent within the study of Chinese nationalism’ Nations and nationalism. 15(1): 20–35.

Chang, Maria Hsia (2001) Return of the dragon : China's wounded nationalism (Boulder: Westview).

Chen Zhimin (2005) ‘Nationalism, internationalism and Chinese foreign policy’ Journal of contemporary China. 14(42): 35–53.

Cheong, Ching (2001) Will Taiwan break away? : the rise of Taiwanese nationalism (Singapore: World Scientific).

Cheung, Gordon CK (2009) ‘Governing greater China: dynamic perspectives and transforming interactions’ Journal of contemporary China. 18(58): 93–111.

Chow, Peter CY, ed. (2008) The "one China" dilemma (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).

Cohen, Paul A. (2002) ‘Remembering and forgetting: national humiliation in twentieth-century China’ Twentieth-century China 27(2): 1-39.

Gries, Peter H. (2001) ‘Tears of rage: Chinese nationalist reactions to the Belgrade embassy bombing’ The China journal. 46: 25–43.

Gries, Peter Hays (2004) China's new nationalism : pride, politics, and diplomacy (Berkeley: University of California Press).

Gries, Peter H. and Kaiping Peng (2002) ‘Culture clash? Apologies East and West’ Journal of contemporary China. 11(30): 173-78.

Guang, Lei (2005) ‘Realpolitik nationalism: international sources of Chinese nationalism’ Modern China. 31(4): 487–514.

He, Kai and Huiyun Feng (2009) ‘Leadership, regime security, and China’s policy toward Taiwan: prospect theory and Taiwan crises’ The Pacific review. 22(4): 501–21.

He, Yinan (2007) ‘History, Chinese nationalism and the emerging Sino-Japanese conflict’ Journal of contemporary China. 16(50): 1-24.

Hickey, Dennis V. (2011) ‘Rapprochement between Taiwan and the Chinese mainland: implications for American foreign policy’ Journal of contemporary China. 20(69): 231-47.

Hughes, Christopher (2006) Chinese nationalism in the global era (London: Routledge).

Hughes, Christopher (2011) ‘Reclassifying Chinese nationalism: the geopolitik turn’ Journal of contemporary China. 20(71): 601–20.

Jakobson, Linda (2005) ‘A greater Chinese union’ The Washington quarterly. 28(3): 27–39.

Jia, Qingguo (2005) ‘Disrespect and distrust: the external origins of contemporary Chinese nationalism’ Journal of contemporary China. 14(42): 11-21.

Johnston, Alastair Iain (2016/2017) ‘Is Chinese nationalism rising?: Evidence from Beijing’ International security. 41(3): 7–43.

Quek, Kai and Alastair Ian Johnston (2017) 'Can China Back Down?: Crisis De-escalation in the Shadow of Popular Opposition' International security. ISSN: 0162-2889 42(3): 7-36.

Reilly, James (2006) ‘China’s history activism and Sino-Japanese relations’ China: An International Journal 4(2): 189-216.

Reilly, James (2013) ‘A Wave to Worry About? Public Opinion, Foreign Policy and China’s Anti-Japan Protests’ Journal of contemporary China. 23(86): 197-215.

Rigger, Shelley (2006) Taiwan's rising rationalism : generations, politics, and "Taiwanese nationalism" (Washington, DC: East-West Center).

Shen, Simon (2007) Redefining nationalism in modern China : Sino-American relations and the emergence of Chinese public opinion in the 21st century (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Swaine, Michael D. (2013) ‘Chinese views regarding the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands dispute’ China Leadership Monitor 41. Available Online at:

Wang, Zheng (2012) Never forget national humiliation : historical memory in Chinese politics and foreign relations (New York: Columbia University Press).

Weiss, Jessica Chen (2013) ‘Authoritarian signaling, mass audiences, and nationalist protest in China’ International organization. 67(1): 1-35.

Zhang, Feng (2013) ‘The rise of Chinese exceptionalism in international relations’ European journal of international relations. 19(2): 305-28.

Zhao, Suisheng (1998) ‘A state-led nationalism: the patriotic education campaign in post-Tiananmen China’ Communist and post-Communist studies.. 31(3): 287-302.

Zhao, Suisheng (2004) A nation-state by construction : dynamics of modern Chinese nationalism (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press).

Zhao, Suisheng (2005) ‘China’s pragmatic nationalism: is it manageable? ’ The Washington quarterly. 29(1): 131–44.

Zhao, Suisheng (2013) ‘Foreign policy implications of Chinese nationalism revisited: the strident turn’ Journal of contemporary China. 22(82): 535-53.

Zheng, Yongnian (1999) Discovering Chinese nationalism in China : modernization, identity, and international relations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

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Week 10 – Issues and cases: climate change and the global environment

Required reading:

Wu, Fuzuo (2013) ‘China’s Pragmatic Tactics in International Climate Change Negotiations: Reserving Principles with Compromise’ Asian survey 53(4): 778-800.

Stalley, Phillip (2013) ‘Principled Strategy: The Role of Equity Norms in China’s Climate Change Diplomacy’ Global environmental politics 13(1): 1-8.

Eckersley, Robyn (2020) 'Rethinking leadership: understanding the roles of the US and China in the negotiation of the Paris Agreement' European Journal of International Relations 26(4): 1178-1202.

Further reading:

Carafa, Luigi (2015) 'Is the US-China Climate Agreement a Game-changer? ' International spectator : a quarterly journal of the Istituto Affari Internazionali. 50(1): 8-14.

Carter, Neil T. and Arthur P.J. Mol (2006) ‘China and the environment: Domestic and transnational dynamics of a future hegemon’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 330-344.

Christoff, Peter (2010) ‘Cold climate in Copenhagen: China and the United States at COP15’ Environmental politics. 19(4): 637–656.

Clegg, Jenny (2011) 'China at the Global Summit Table: Rule-taker, Deal-wrecker or Bridge-builder? Contemporary Politics 17(4): 447-465.

Dimitrov, Radoslav S. (2016) 'The Paris Agreement on Climate Change: Behind Closed Doors' Global environmental politics 16(3): 1-11.

Foot, Rosemary and Andrew Walter (2011), China, the United States, and global order (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Gilley, Bruce (2012) ‘Authoritarian environmentalism and China's response to climate change’ Environmental politics. 21(2): 287-307. 

Gong, Gloria Jean (2011) 'What China Wants: China's Climate Change Priorities in a Post-Copenhagen World' Global change, peace and security. 23(2): 159-175.

Jahiel, Abigail R. (2006) ‘China, the WTO, and implications for the environment’ Environmental politics. 15(2): 310-329.

Lewis, Joanna I. (2008) 'China's Strategic Priorities in International Climate Change Negotiations' The Washington quarterly. 31(1): 155-174.

Lewis, Joanna I. (2009) ‘Climate change and security: examining China’s challenges in a warming world’ International affairs. 85(6): 1195-1213.

Marks, Danny (2010) 'China's Climate Change Policy Process: Improved but Still Weak and Fragmented' Journal of contemporary China. 19(67): 971-986.

Moore, Scott (2011) 'Strategic Imperative? Reading China's Climate Policy in Terms of Core Interests' Global change, peace and security. 23(2): 147-157.

Ong, Lynette H. (2012) ‘The Apparent “Paradox” in China’s Climate Policies: Weak International Commitment on Emissions Reduction and Aggressive Renewable Energy Policy’ Asian survey. 52(6): 1138-1160.

Reese, Stephen D. (2015) ‘Globalization of Mediated Spaces: The Case of Transnational Environmentalism in China’ International Journal of Communication 9: 2263-2281.

Watts, Jonathan (2010) When a billion Chinese jump : voices from the frontline of climate change London: Faber and Faber.

Wu, Fuzuo (2016) 'Shaping China’s Climate Diplomacy: Wealth, Status, and Asymmetric Interdependence' Journal of Chinese Political Science 21(2): 199-215. Available online

This list was last updated on 19/04/2022