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    Title: China and the Liberal International Order: Did China's Accession to WTO Shape Its Behavior?
    Authors: 盧業中
    Lu, Ye-Chung
    Contributors: 政大外交系
    Date: 2012-08
    Issue Date: 2013-05-08 13:55:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper aims to introduce how China perceives the liberal international order
    as it is for the time being, with a focus on “G-2” as an example. With reference to the
    discussion from the American academia, the author first introduces the current
    conception of the liberal international order. Second, this paper discusses the main
    points of the G-x process provided by academia, especially on that of G-2, as part of
    the architecture that assembly helps to preserve the current international order. Third,
    this paper introduces China’s views on the G-2 proposal, with symbolic and material
    explanations. China and the US views on future cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region
    will be discussed, and Chinese discussions on the future of the Trans-Pacific Strategic
    Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) spearheaded by Brunei, Chile, New Zealand,
    Singapore, and now the United States and others, will be covered. China holds a
    relatively suspicious view on what the US proposed to transform regional order in the
    Asia-Pacific. This is a case in point to demonstrate how China diverges even in
    economic interests with the United States to make G-2 a mirage. This paper concludes
    with the implications for future cooperation between the two giants.
    Relation: The Annual Conference of American Political Science Association, APSA
    Data Type: conference
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