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By William C. Hannas, Anna B. Puglisi, James Mulvenon

ISBN-10: 0415821428

ISBN-13: 9780415821421

His new e-book is the 1st complete account, inside of or outdoors govt, of China's efforts to obtain overseas technology.

Based on fundamental resources and meticulously researched, the ebook lays naked China's efforts to prosper technologically via others' achievements. for many years, China has operated an tricky approach to identify overseas applied sciences, collect them by way of all plausible ability, and convert them into guns and aggressive goods-without compensating the proprietors. The director of the united states nationwide protection supplier lately referred to as it "the maximum move of wealth in history."

Written via of America's best executive analysts and knowledgeable on chinese language cyber networks, this e-book describes those move strategies comprehensively and intimately, delivering the breadth and intensity lacking in different works. Drawing upon formerly unexploited chinese resources, the authors start by way of putting the hot examine inside historic context, prior to analyzing the People's Republic of China's coverage help for monetary espionage, clandestine know-how transfers, robbery via our on-line world and its impression at the way forward for the US.

This booklet may be of a lot curiosity to scholars of chinese language politics, Asian safety reports, US defence, US international coverage and IR usually.

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Even more worrying is the lack of attempt to study in depth the intersection between the two concepts and consequences for international stability. We are thus faced with a pressing need to define and interconnect the twin issues of globalisation and security. Pioneering attempts have already been made to investigate the relationship between globalisation and security, in terms of its creation of new security actors, problems and responses (Cha 2000). However, although very valuable in providing a starting point and emergent framework for consideration of the globalisation–security nexus, these attempts have tended to lack a strong empirical basis and geographical focus.

Because the United States, as the most powerfully armed nation with the largest domestic market, possesses ‘disproportionate power in every international organization to which it belongs’ (Woods 2002: 38), the pursuit of bilateralism has risked exposing weaker states to the aggressive unilateralism frequently characteristic of US trade policy, notably during the presidency of George W. Bush. President Bush’s trade strategy has sought to promote trade liberalization ‘on multiple fronts: globally, regionally, and with individual nations’ in order to create ‘a competition in liberalization with the United States as the central driving force’ (USTR 2002a: 1).

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