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International Security Studies (No.1)图书

International Security Studies (Volume1 Number1 Summer2015)

SSAPID:101-1273-5588-93
ISBN:978-7-5097-7680-3
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[内容简介] 本书是由国际关系学院主办的《国际安全研究》的对应英文集刊,主题是国际安全理论研究,内容涉及不干涉内政学说、世界体系的发展、历史视角中的三次世界大战、质性和平的条件比较(当代东亚与战后西欧)、当代国际安全的文化价值基础、互联网对国际政治影响机理、中国周边安全环境指标体系及其评估、联合阵线与美国军事干涉等问题的研究。

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作 者: 陶坚
编 辑:刘娟;杨潇
出版社:社会科学文献出版社
出版时间: 2015年07月
语 种:英文
中图分类:D8 外交、国际关系

 Notice to Contributors

 Creative Involvement:A Suggested Doctrine for China Based on the Reality of Sino-African Relations

  Introduction:Same Principle and New Connotations

  1. Inspirations from International Relations in Practice

   1.1 Evidence:Changes in Africa and the Sino-African Relationships

   1.2 Development and Innovations of China’s Diplomatic Practices

  2. Targeted Theoretical Innovations

   2.1 China’s Aid for Building Africa’s Autonomy of Peace

   2.2 Newly-added Projects in China’s Aid to Africa and New Measures

   2.3 Utilize Regional Organizations as the “Platform” and “Lever” of China’s Participation.

   2.4 Issues on Regulation over Aid to Africa

   2.5 How to Effectively Implement China’s Aid to Africa

   2.6 The Link between China’s Creative Involvement in Africa and the New Trends of its Domestic Reform

   2.7 Connotations of the “New Prospects” of the New Type of Strategic Partnership between China and Africa

  Conclusion

 The Rise of China:The Sustained Development of the World System or the End of It?*

  1. The World System and Its Historical Stages

   1.1 The First Period(1500-1750/1800)

   1.2 The Second Period(1800/1850-1914/1945)

   1.3 The Third Period(1945-2030/2035)

  2. The Four Fundamental Driving Forces for the Existence of the World System

   2.1 Two Geographical Discoveries

   2.2 International Trade and Finance

   2.3 The Advancement of Science and Technology

   2.4 International Institutions/Mechanisms

  3. Challenges to the Rise of China

   3.1 The First Challenge:Safeguarding Sovereignty and Expanding National Space for Existence

   3.2 The Second Challenge:Dependence on the International Market and Structural Adjustment of the Domestic Market

   3.3 The Third Challenge:Transfer of Technology and Technological Innovation

   3.4 The Fourth Challenge:Participation in the Building of International Institutions and Adjustment of Domestic Systems

  4. Conclusion

 Twentieth Century Benchmark Dates in International Relations:The Three World Wars in Historical Perspective*

  1. Introduction

  2. Comparing the Significance of the Three 20th Century IR Benchmarks

   2.1 1916

   2.2 1942

   2.3 1989

  3. Should the 20th Century Benchmarks be Aggregated?

  4. Contextualizing the 20th Century in the 19th Century Global Transformation

  5. Conclusions

 Comparing Conditions for Quality Peace:Contemporary East Asia v. Post-War Western Europe*

  1. Quality Peace and Regional Security

   1.1 The Problem

   1.2 General Theories

  2. Territorial Peace

   2.1 General Findings

   2.2 Territorial Peace and Western Europe

   2.3 Territorial Peace and Democracy

  3. Democratic Peace

   3.1 General Findings

   3.2 Democracy and Peace in Europe

  4. Territorial Armed Conflicts in East Asia

  5. East Asia and Governmental Conflicts between States

  6. The Realpolitik Alternative

  7. From Uneasy Peace to Quality Peace in East Asia

 The Difficulties of Common Security:On the Need for Value Consensus as a Basis for International Security

  1. The Profound Impact of Cultural Values on Security Concepts and Strategies

   1.1 Changes in Human Values as Reflected by the Evolution of “Security” and Related Concepts

   1.2 Impact of Cultural Values as Reflected in Political,Strategic and Security Cultures of a Nation

   1.3 Major International Political Theoretical Traditions with Their Own Security Values and Strategic Orientations

  2. Heavy Reliance of International Security on Value Consensus of the International Community

  3. Severe Lack of Security Consensus in the Current International Community

   3.1 Loss of Cultural Homogeneity in the International System Once Advocated by Western Thinkers

   3.2 A Split World Aggravated by Ideological Confrontation,such as Nationalism

   3.3 Contradiction and Conflict in Strategic Cultures and Security Concepts among Nations

   3.4 Contradictory Security Strategies and Tactics

  4. Inter-dependence in Security:Cross-cultural Dialogue and Global Consensus

 On the Mechanism of the Internet’s Impacts on International Politics

  1. Proposition and Literature Review

  2. The Path of the Internet’s Impact on International Politics:the Individuals,the State and the International System

   2.1 The Individual Level

    2.1.1 Human Nature

    2.1.2 Organizational Actions

    2.1.3 Characteristic Behaviors

    2.1.4 Synthesis

   2.2 The State Level

    2.2.1 Foreign Policies

    2.2.2 Political Culture

    2.2.3 Sub-national Actors

    2.2.4 Synthesis

   2.3 The International System Level

    2.3.1 Global Structure of AuthorityInternational Politics on the World Stage,p. 64( 〔美〕约翰·罗尔克编著:《世界舞台上的国际政治》,第64页).">*

    2.3.2 Pattern of National StrengthInternational Politics on the World Stage,p. 76( 〔美〕约翰·罗尔克编著:《世界舞台上的国际政治》,第76页).">*

    2.3.3 Economic PatternInternational Politics on the World Stage,p. 92( 〔美〕约翰·罗尔克编著:《世界舞台上的国际政治》,第92页).">*

    2.3.4 Behavior NormsInternational Politics on the World Stage,p. 94( 〔美〕约翰·罗尔克编著:《世界舞台上的国际政治》,第94 页).">*

    2.3.5 Communities of All-Inclusive Interactive Communication

    2.3.6 Synthesis

  3. The Internet’s Impact on the Core of International Politics:National Interests,Power and Security

   3.1 National Interests

   3.2 National Power

   3.3 National Security

  4. The Internet’s Role in Boosting Changes of International Structure:Catalyzing,Synchronizing and Constructing

   4.1 Catalyzing:Creating Opportunities for Factors of International Political Changes to Operate

    4.1.1 Organizing

    4.1.2 Noticing

    4.1.3 Evaluating

    4.1.4 Associating

   4.2 Synchronizing:Updating the International Political Reality

   4.3 Constructing:Creating Space for the Evolution of International Politics

    4.3.1 Making the World Flat

    4.3.2 Synchronizing the World

    4.3.3 Materializing the Interpersonal Society

    4.3.4 Consolidating Domestic and International Arenas

  5. Conclusion

 China’s Peripheral Security Environment:Analytical Framework,Indicator System and Evaluation*

  1. The Concept of Security Environment:Literature Review

  2. China’s Current Evaluation on Its Peripheral Security Environment

  3. A Framework for Evaluating Peripheral Security Environment in the New Era

  4. Indicator System and Evaluation of China’s Peripheral Security Environment

  5. Conclusion

 Coalitions and American Military Intervention*

  1. Introduction

  2. Causes of Constructing a Coalition for Military Intervention

  3. The Advantages and Disadvantages of Military Intervention Coalitions

  4. Conclusion

 Let’s Make Things Better