|Title||China's challenges to human security : Foreign relations and global implications|
|Author||edited by Guoguang Wu|
|Imprint||London : Routledge, 2013|
|Descript||xiv, 334p. : ill, map ; 25 cm|
Human security challenges with China: why and how the rise of China makes the world vulnerable. -- Anthropocentric theory of human security: Confucius meets Hobbes. -- Climate change challenges and China's foreign policy. -- Climate change of the Trans-Himalayan region and its impact on China-South Asia water security. -- Environmental security and its implications for China's foreign relations. -- Multilateral environmental engagement with Chinese characteristics: an economic nationalism perspective. -- The exploding balloon: environmental costs of China's participation in global capitalism. -- The human security implications of China's foreign energy relations. -- Fuelling insecurity: energy and human security in Sino-Myanmar relations. -- Food security and food safety in China's foreign policy. -- Pandemic response in the Asia-Pacific: risk and opportunity in the PRC's international relations. -- China's brain drain woes: elite emigration and national security. -- Corporate social responsibility in China's new economic diplomacy.
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