❮Read❯ ➬ Leadership and the Rise of Great Powers Author Xuetong Yan – Heartforum.co.uk A leading foreign policy thinker uses Chinese political theory to explain why some powers rise as others decline and what this means for the international orderWhile work in international relations ha A leading foreign policy thinker uses the Rise PDF ´ Chinese political theory to explain why some powers rise as others decline and what this means for the international orderWhile work in international relations has closely examined Leadership and PDF/EPUB ² the decline of great powers not much attention has been paid to the uestion of their rise The upward trajectory of China is a particularly puzzling case How has it grown increasingly important in and the Rise Epub µ the world arena while lagging behind the United States and its allies across certain sectors Borrowing ideas of political determinism from ancient Chinese philosophers Leadership and the Rise of Great Powers explains China's expanding and the Rise of Great eBook ¶ influence by presenting a moral realist theory that attributes the rise and fall of nations to political leadership Yan Xuetong shows that the stronger a rising state's political leadership the likely it is to displace a prevailing state in the international systemYan defines political leadership through the lens of morality specifically the ability of a government to fulfill its domestic responsibility and maintain international strategic credibility Examining leadership at the personal national and international levels Yan shows how rising states like China transform the international order by reshaping power distribution and norms Yan also considers the reasons for America's diminishing international stature even as its economy education system military political institutions and technology hold steady The polarization of China and the United States will not result in another Cold and the Rise of Great eBook ¶ War scenario but their mutual distrust will ultimately drive the world center from Europe to East AsiaUsing the lens of classical Chinese political theory Leadership and the Rise of Great Powers offers a provocative alternative perspective on the changing dominance of nations on the global stage.
- 280 pages
- Leadership and the Rise of Great Powers
- Xuetong Yan
- 01 February 2015 Xuetong Yan