Foreign policy directions in the post-Deng eraCulture Mandala: The Bulletin of the Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies
AbstractExtract: Explaining international relations today from a Chinese philosophical perspective, one might use such characterisations as the contest between Wen and Wu policies, the rise of Asian values and Western criticism, porous borders and economic growth circles, internationalisation and localism, joint-ventures and money worship, East Asia and Pacific rim. Both the connections and the distinctions are obvious, giving rise to a certain 'fuzzy logic' in the Daoist rendition of international relations.
Citation InformationRosita Dellios. "Foreign policy directions in the post-Deng era" (1995)
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