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New Foreign Policy Actors in China

New Foreign Policy Actors in China

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The dynamic transformation of Chinese society that has paralleled changes in the international environment has had a direct impact on both the making and shaping of Chinese foreign policy. To understand the complex nature of these changes is of utmost importance to the international community in seeking China’s engagement and cooperation. Although much about China’s foreign policy decision making remains obscure, this Policy Paper make clear that it is possible to identify the interest groups vying for a voice in policy formulation and to explore their policy preferences. Uniquely informed by the authors’ access to individuals across the full range of Chinese foreign policy actors, this Policy Paper reveals a number of emergent trends, chief among them the changing face of China’s official decision-making apparatus and the direction that actors on the margins would like to see Chinese foreign policy take.
The dynamic transformation of Chinese society that has paralleled changes in the international environment has had a direct impact on both the making and shaping of Chinese foreign policy. To understand the complex nature of these changes is of utmost importance to the international community in seeking China’s engagement and cooperation. Although much about China’s foreign policy decision making remains obscure, this Policy Paper make clear that it is possible to identify the interest groups vying for a voice in policy formulation and to explore their policy preferences. Uniquely informed by the authors’ access to individuals across the full range of Chinese foreign policy actors, this Policy Paper reveals a number of emergent trends, chief among them the changing face of China’s official decision-making apparatus and the direction that actors on the margins would like to see Chinese foreign policy take.

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linda jakobson and dean knox
 
STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONALPEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
SIPRI is an independent international institute dedicated to research intoconflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. Established in 1966,SIPRI provides data, analysis and recommendations, based on open sources,to policymakers, researchers, media and the interested public.The Governing Board is not responsible or the views expressed in thepublications o the Institute.
GOVERNING BOARD
Göran Lennmarker, Chairman (Sweden)Dr Dewi Fortuna Anwar (Indonesia)Dr Alexei G. Arbatov (Russia)Ambassador Lakhdar Brahimi (Algeria)Jayantha Dhanapala (Sri Lanka)Dr Nabil Elaraby (Egypt)Ambassador Wolgang Ischinger (Germany)Proessor Mary Kaldor (United Kingdom)The Director
DIRECTOR
Dr Bates Gill (United States)
Signalistgatan 9SE-169 70 Solna, SwedenTelephone: +46 8 655 97 00Fax: +46 8 655 97 33Email: sipri@sipri.org Internet: www.sipri.org 
 
New Foreign Policy Actors in China
SIPRI Policy Paper No. 26
linda jakobson and dean knox
STOCKHOLM INTERNATIONAL
 
PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE
September 2010

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