A Comprehensive Analysis of China’s National and International Foreign Policies in the Modern Era Introduction: China is one of the largest nations in the world that has been accomplishing a great deal of economic growth in a short period of time. However, China’s economic rise has not yet brought transformation in its political system that China is remained as communist country. This can be a prominent reason to explain why Chinese foreign policy matters so much in the current international setting because the Communist regime is challenging the international world order structured with democracy. Although economic imperatives seem like the predominant factor to determine Chinese foreign policy, it is certainly interrelated with other...The end:
..... these regional factors can prove harmful to China’s growth, it is slowly becoming more focused on creatng agreements that are working toward greater international involvement in foreign policy initiatives that open its borders for trade to greater degrees in the 21st century. Bibliography Mann, James. About Face: A History of America's Curious Relationship with China, from Nixon to Clinton. New York: Vintage, 2000. Shirk. (Customer fill in bibliography here, I only received the quotes from the text in a file). Suettinger, Robert. Beyond Tiananmen: The Politics of U.S.-China Relations 1989-2000. New York: Brookings Institution Press, 2004. Yong Deng. (Customer fill in bibliography here, I only received the quotes from the text in a file).