Great Power Competition as the New Normal of China–US Relations

Great Power Competition as the New Normal of China–US Relations

Great Power Competition as the New Normal of China–US Relations by Jinghao Zhou

Contents of Great Power Competition eBook

  • Introduction
  • U.S. Engagement Strategy Partially Failed
  • Development of China–U.S. Relations
  • Status of China–U.S. Relations
  • U.S. Engagement Strategy Failed Inevitably
  • Nature of the Great Power Competition
  • Conceptualization of the Great Power Competition
  • When Did the Great Power Competition Begin?
  • Who Triggered the Great Power Competition?
  • Objectives of the Great Power Competition
  • Roles of Other Players in the Great Power Competition
  • Implications of the Great Power Competition
  • Real Trap of China–U.S. Relations
  • Does the Thucydides Trap Apply to China–U.S. Relations?
  • Has the U.S. Fallen into the Kindleberger Trap and the Kennedy Trap?
  • Economic Perspective Alone Cannot Fully Explain the Great Power Competition
  • Intention of Chinese Policymakers: Cultural Source of the Great Power Competition
  • Roles of Chinese Culture in Making Foreign Policy
  • Characteristics of Chinese Culture and the Mindset of Foreign Policymakers
  • Historical Memory and Chinese Diplomatic Objective
  • China’s Global Expansion and the International Institution
  • The U.S.-Led International Institutions
  • Development of China’s Relations with the International Institutions
  • China Challenges the International Institutions
  • China Pragmatically Uses the International Institutions
  • China’s Core Interests vs. American Vital Interests
  • China’s Core Interests Represent CCP’s Interests
  • American Vital Interests Reflect the Will of the American People
  • The Cornerstone of American Vital Interests vs. China’s Sharp Power
  • War Is Not Imminent During the Great Power Competition
  • Will the First Shot Be Fire in the South China Sea?
  • Will the U.S. Clash with China Over the Taiwan Strait?
  • Can China Withstand War with the U.S.?
  • The Great Power Competition in the Post-Pandemic Era
  • U.S. Administrations Made the Same Mistakes
  • Development Trend of the Great Power Competition
  • The Great Power Competition Will Strengthen Modern Democracy
  • Totalitarian China Cannot Rule the World

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