China International Strategy and How to Pursue It

Chairul Aftah, Rahmah Daniah, Budi Raharja

Abstract


China is a major actor in Asia pacific and globally because of its economic, political, military, social and cultural capabilities. Although after the Second World War, China was considered dangerous but this country has not been able to show its existence in relations between countries. It was only after the 1980s that after Deng Xiao Ping came to power, China began to increase its influence through various domestic and international policies. As a result, the existence of China is increasingly recognized in various fields. Domestically, China considers that the improvement of multisectoral capabilities is an attempt to align itself with other actors whose capabilities are better. On the contrary, for other actors, this increase in Chinese capabilities is perceived as a threat due to the increasing bargaining power politically economically. Thus, China is trying to convince that its progress is not a threat to the other side. In enhancing its capabilities, China formulated an international strategy for both the regional and global levels? Therefore, China's efforts to achieve this strategy have become more developed and involve other actors.


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China; International Strategy; Regional and Global

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