Protecting China’s Interests Overseas

Oxford University Press

Consistently, China’s military presence abroad expanded and evolved over the years to stabilize the regions where the country’s human and economic presence is most significant, and to neutralize the non-traditional security threats against it. However, Chinese policymakers still face significant challenges and complex dilemmas on the path to formulate a sustainable policy towards this very difficult issue. Protecting China’s Interests Overseas also offers an opportunity to rethink how we study and understand Chinese foreign policymaking”.

Andrea Ghiselli (T.wai & Fudan University) is the author of the book “Protecting China’s Interests Overseas“, the first scholarly book-sized study that explores and pinpoints in a systematic way the origin and evolution of China’s approach to defending its interests overseas, and the use of its military to do so.

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