タイトルMeeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US-China Rivalry
著者・編者;Lyle J. Goldstein
出版社;Georgetown Univ Press
出版年;2015年
ISBN;9781626161603
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

Though a US--China conflict is far from inevitable, major tensions are building in the Asia-Pacific region. These strains are the result of historical enmity, cultural divergence, and deep ideological estrangement, not to mention apprehensions fueled by geopolitical competition and the closely related "security dilemma." Despite worrying signs of intensifying rivalry between Washington and Beijing, few observers have provided concrete paradigms to lead this troubled relationship away from disaster.Meeting China Halfway: How to Defuse the Emerging US-China Rivalry is dramatically different from any other book about US-China relations. Lyle J. Goldstein's explicit focus in almost every chapter is on laying bare both US and Chinese perceptions of where their interests clash and proposing new paths to ease bilateral tensions through compromise. Each chapter contains a "cooperation spiral" -- the opposite of an escalation spiral -- to illustrate the policy proposals. Goldstein not only parses findings from the latest American scholarship but also breaks new ground by analyzing hundreds of Chinese-language sources, including military publications, never before evaluated by Western experts. Goldstein makes one hundred policy proposals over the course of this book, not because these are the only solutions to arresting the alarming course toward conflict, but rather to inaugurate a genuine debate regarding cooperative policy solutions to the most vexing problems in US-China relations.

著者について

Lyle J. Goldstein is an associate professor in the Strategic Research Department at the US Naval War College (NWC). He was also the founding director of the NWC's China Maritime Studies Institute. He is the coeditor of numerous volumes includingChina, the United States, and 21st Century Sea Power.

目次
  • 1. Introduction: Reversing the Escalation Spiral 
  • 2. Bad Blood: The Legacy of History for US-China Relations 
  • 3. Imagine: The Taiwan Question and US-China Relations 
  • 4. Mutually Assured Dependence: Economic Aspects of US-China Relations 
  • 5. Toxic Embrace: The Environment and US-China Relations 
  • 6. "South-South" Pivot: The Developing World and US-China Relations 
  • 7. Persian Spring: The Middle East and US-China Relations 
  • 8. Bipolarity Reconsidered: The Korean Peninsula and US-China Relations 
  • 9. Keystone: Japan and US-China Relations 
  • 10. The New "Fulda Gap": Southeast Asia and US-China Relations 
  • 11. Alter Ego: India and US-China Relations 
  • 12. Conclusion: Rebalancing the Rebalance: Mitigating Strategic Rivalry in US-China Relations 
  • Index