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    Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://nccur.lib.nccu.edu.tw/handle/140.119/41447

    Title: China`s Calculus in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Political Strategy through Economic Integration
    Authors: Jose Guerra Vio
    Contributors: International Doctoral Program in Asia-Pacific Studies, National Chengchi University
    Keywords: Globalization;Regionalism;Economic Integration;International Political Economy;Hegemony;Asia-Pacific;RTAs and FTAs
    Date: 2010-03-10
    Issue Date: 2010-06-15 11:12:37 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Globalization, Regionalism, Economic Integration, International Political Economy, Hegemony, Asia-Pacific, RTAs and FTAs.
    With the multiple globalization processes more and deeper Economic Integration in the world is being undertaken. The Asia-Pacific region has become the most dynamic and fast growing region in the world due to the rise of China, changing dramatically the way economic and political relations are conceived across the Pacific Ocean. Beijing’s new economic moves towards integration practices are sustained by the fact that China’s economy has become significantly intertwined with other regional economies over the past two decades. From this fact also arises the motivation of this research, which tries to analyze how China’s strategy regarding economic integration across the Pacific Ocean is being planned and developed, considering not only its economic, but especially its political implications and possible strategic motives. This last aspect constitutes the main purpose of this article.
    The hypothesis for this paper is based on the assumption that China is using its economic might as a means to enhance and expand its traditional sphere of influence in the Asia-Pacific region by achieving different kinds of trade arrangements. The ASEAN plus China FTA, together with the agreements between China and Australia, New Zealand and Chile are taken into account; while some other possible future pacts are outlined as well. The methodological standpoint for the analysis is mainly built upon what is known as Political Economy, particularly its international or global strand, which helps to connect the world of politics and economics. The outcome for the question whether China is taking a leading role in regionalism just because of its growing need to coordinate and cooperate with other economies in order to keep its growth rate, or if it is also doing so because of its desire to enhance and further its traditional sphere of influence as a regional power; contemplates elements of both scenarios.
    Relation: IDAS Symposium: The Rising Asia Pacific Region: Opportunities and Challenges for Cooperation,p.241-266.
    Description: International Doctoral Program in Asia-Pacific Studies, National Chengchi University, Ph. D student
    Data Type: conference
    Appears in Collections:[亞太研究英語博/碩士學位學程(IDAS/IMAS)] 會議論文
    [2010亞太研究英語博士學位學程學術研討會] 會議論文

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