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China's Foreign Relations
China's Foreign Relations
Edited by Chün-tu Hsüeh
Praeger, 1982, 148 pp.

This broad -- perhaps too broad -- survey of China's foreign policy covers its relations with other major powers as well as its increasing economic interdependence, military strategy, and struggle with globalization. The author also takes a stab at explaining the relevance of international relations theory to Chinese foreign policy. Although Roy makes some sensible observations, the book's expansive focus makes it difficult for the reader to delve deeply into any one field.