Shao Binhong is senior editor at the Institute of World Economics and Politics (IWEP), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) and also Secretary-General of the China Society of World Economics. Since 1996, she has been managing editor-in-chief of the International Economic Review, one of China’s core periodicals.
All interested in the current development and changes China is undergoing, especially those interested in China's new international relations and foreign economic policies.
Table of contents
List of Contributors
1China’s Path of Peaceful Development in the Second Decade of the 21st Century
2 How to Reboot China’s Reform
3 Understanding the Past, Present, and Future of China’s Economic Development: Based on A Unified Framework of Growth Theories
4 China’s Monetary Policy Since the Turn of the Century
5 Outward Reforming and Inward Opening to Promote Industrial Upgrading
Yu Miaojie and Wang Binluo
6 Global Governance Failure and Ideational Reconstruction for a Sustainable World Order
7 Non-Neutral International Institution and Catch-Up Strategy of Emerging-Market Economies
Zhang Yuyan and Feng Weijiang
8 Harmonising the Management of Foreign and Domestic Affairs in Chinese Foreign Policy
9 Geo-Religion and China’s Foreign Strategy
Xu Yihua and Zou Lei
10 Sino-U.S. Strategic Rivalry and Evolution of the East Asian Security Order
11 Should China and Russia Become Allies?
12 DPRK Nuclear Issue and Chinese Policy
13 Japan’s Political Right-Deviation, and the Issue of Way of Thinking and Strategic Approach to Sino-Japanese Relations
14 On Daring and Inconsistency: Thoughts on Shi Yinhong’s 2014 Japanese Studies Article
15 Answers and Questions on China-Japan Relations
16 Theory of Victory, Expectation Adjustment, and China's Mutual Reassurance with Japan