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Title China orders the world : normative soft power and foreign policy / edited by William A. Callahan and Elena Barabantseva.
Published Washington, D.C. : Woodrow Wilson Center Press, c2011
Detail xiv, 280 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm
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Added Author Callahan, William A
  Barabantseva, Elena
  Callahan, William A. Introduction: tradition, modernity, and foreign policy in China
  Tingyang, Zhao. Rethinking empire from the Chinese concept "all-under-heaven" (tianxia)
  Yaqing, Qin. Possibility and inevitability of a Chinese school of international relations theory
  Xuetong, Yan. Xunzi's thoughts on international politics and their implications
  Callahan, William A. Tianxia, empire, and the world: Chinese visions of world order for the twenty-first century
  Hughes, Christopher R. Enduring function of the substance/essence (ti/yong) dichotomy in Chinese nationalism
  Kerr, David. Paradoxes of tradition and modernity at the new frontier: China, Islam, and the problem of "different heavens"
  Barabantseva, Elena. Beyond world order: change in China's negotiations of the world
  Billioud, Sebastien. Confucianism, cultural tradition, and official discourse in China at the start of the new century
  Callahan, William A. Conclusion: world harmony or harmonizing the world?
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