China and great power relations
China's approach towards great powers is shaped by two overarching aims. The first is to neutralise potential threats to China's security that originate from major powers. The second is to work with great powers towards an international environment that is stable and conducive to constructive economic interaction. This chapter
identifies trends in Chinese foreign policy that relate to these two aims.
Chapter in 'Chinese Futures: Horizon 2025', a report by the EU Institute for Security Studies, edited by Eva Pejsova in cooperation with Jacob Bund. Click on the image below to go to the report.