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china's state security in a time of peaceful development: a new issue on research agenda
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Pages: 77-86
Year: Issue:  1
Journal: China & World Economy

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Abstract: <正>This paper holds that China's national security during its peaceful rise is a new issue on the research agenda, which requires new counter-measures and collective wisdom. The paper discusses five of China's objectives in addressing national security; namely, from highest to lowest priority, friction among big powers, the Taiwan issue, disputes over sovereignty, protection of interests overseas, and undertaking international responsibilities. Systematically achieving these objectives is of major importance for building up national defence and China's international image. China's state security in the current period of peaceful development is a new issue on the research agendum, for politicians, the military, scholars and researchers alike. Extensive and in-depth discussion is needed. Global security commitments made by a big power might conflict with its own security interests and objectives. Judging by any standard, China's tasks are heavy and the road ahead is long.
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