本土视野下的中国外交与国际事务课程详细信息

课程号 02432090 学分 3
英文名称 Chinese Perspective on International and Global Affairs
先修课程
中文简介
本课程将在本土视野之下介绍中国外交与国际事务的互动关系,分析中国如何通过全面参与国际和全球事务为国内经济与社会发展营造有利的外部环境,以及该过程如何影响了中国自身的政治和外交行为。本课程分导论、主体和结论三部分。导论部分将介绍中国外交与国际事务研究的主要学习方法,主体部分讨论当代中国对外关系的主要理论与现实问题,包括中国对外关系的历史背景、民族主义和公众舆论对中国对外政策的影响、中国对外政策的决策机制、主要决策者及其风格分析、中国和全球治理、中国和世界经济、中国的软实力建设和公共外交、中国的周边外交战略、以及学术界关于中国对外政策分析中的若干理论争鸣。结论部分则尝试对对中国未来的国际地位进行前瞻性的讨论。
英文简介 This undergraduate lecture course is designed to survey major topics of the international relations of the People’s Republic of China with a specific focus on Chinese perspective. With a brief introduction of major theoretical perspective on foreign policy studies, the main body of the course is organized around special topics of Chinese foreign policies, including the Chinese historical legacy and its impact on China’s foreign policy, nationalism and public opinion in contemporary China, mechanism of China’s foreign-policy decision-making, leaders and their styles, China’s attitudes towards global governance, the economic dimension of China’s interactions with the outside world, public diplomacy and China’s soft power and China’s policy towards peripheral countries, (in particular, the Northeast Asia and the South China Sea). This course pays attention to the application of different international relations theories to the problems under study. The course aims to acquaint students with knowledge of China’s involvement in world affairs in historical and contemporary perspectives and train them with an analytical understanding of the dynamics of China’s foreign policy.
开课院系 国际关系学院
通选课领域  
是否属于艺术与美育
平台课性质  
平台课类型  
授课语言 英文
教材 当代中国外交,宫力,高等教育出版社,978-7-04-050502--3;
Diplomacy of Contemporary China,Han Nianlong,New Horizon Press,1990;
参考书
教学大纲
Week Ⅰ–Introduction  (No Reading)

Week Ⅱ–The Imperatives of History

John Garver, “The Legacy of the Past,” in his Foreign Relations of the People’s Republic of China (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1993), chapter one, pp. 2-30.

Week Ⅲ–Nationalism and Pubic Opinion

Suisheng Zhao, “Foreign Policy Implications of Chinese Nationalism Revisited: The strident Turn,” Journal of Contemporary China, Vol. 22, No, 82 (Mach 2013), pp. 535-553.

Week Ⅳ–The Mechanism of China’s Foreign-Policy Decision-Making

Yun Sun, “Chinese National Security Decision-Making: Progress and Challenges,” The Brookings Institutions, May 2013, pp. 1-27.

Week Ⅴ–Leaders and Chinese Foreign Policy

Tim Summers, “China’s New Leadership: Approaches to International Affairs”, Chatham House Briefing Paper, ASP BP 2013/01, April 2013.
Fran?ois Godement, “Xi Jinping’s China” ECFR/86, July 2-13.

Week Ⅵ–China and Global Governance

Evan S. Medeiros, “Is Beijing Ready for Global Leadership?”Current History, Vol. 108, No. 719, (Sep. 2009), pp. 250-256.
Hongying Wang and James Rosenau, “China and Global Governance,”Asian Perspective, Vol. 33, No.3 (2009), pp. 5-39.

Week Ⅶ –Mid-term Essay Writing

Week Ⅷ – China in the Process of Economic Globalization

Information Office of the State Council (SCIO), The People’s Republic of China, “China’s Foreign Trade,” December, 2011, Beijing.
Joshua Kurlantzick, “China: Economic Power, Political Engima,” The Washington Quarterly, Vol. 25, No.3 (2002), pp.59-61.

Week Ⅸ–Soft Power and Public Diplomacy of China

Gregory Holyk, “Paper Tiger? Chinese Soft Power in Asia,” Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 126, No.2 (Summer 2011), pp. 223-254.
Yiwei Wang, “Public Diplomacy and the Rise of Chinese Soft Power,” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 616 (March 2008), pp. 257-273.

Week Ⅹ–China’s Peripheral Diplomacy: The Korean Peninsular

International Crisis Group, “Fire on the City Gate: Why China Keeps North Korea Close,” Asia Report N°254, 9 December 2013.

Week Ⅺ–China’s Peripheral Diplomacy: Sino-Japanese Relations

International Crisis Group, “Dangerous Waters: China-Japan Relations on the Rocks,” Asia Report N°245, 8 April 2013.

Week Ⅻ–China’s Peripheral Diplomacy: The South China Sea

International Crisis Group, “Stirring Up the South China Sea (I),” Asia Report N°223, 23 April 2012.
International Crisis Group, “Stirring Up the South China Sea (II): Regional Responses,” Asia Report N°229, 24 July 2012.

Week ⅩⅢ–Is there a Chinese Strategy in Foreign Affairs?                                         

People’s Republic of China State Council Information Office (SCIO), “China’s Peaceful Development Road,”People’s Daily Online, December 22, 2005.
Zhang Yunling and Tang Shiping, “China’s Regional Strategy,” in David Shambaugh, ed., Power Shift: China and Asia’s New Dynamics, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005), pp.48-70.

Week ⅩⅣ–China’s Global Identity

Daniel Lynch, “Chinese Thinking on the Future of International Relations: Realism as the Ti, Rationalism as the Yong?” China Quarterly, No. 197 (March 2009), pp.87-107.
Alastair Iain Johnston, “Chinese Middle Class Attitudes Towards International Affairs: Nascent Liberalization,”China Quarterly, No. 179 (September 2004), pp. 603-628.

Week ⅩⅤ–IR Theory and the Study of Chinese Foreign Policy

Qin Yaqing, “Why There is no Chinese International Theory,” International Relations of Asia-Pacific, Vol. 7, 2007, pp.313-340.
Wang Jisi, “IR Theory and the Study of Chinese Foreign Policy: A Chinese Perspective,” in Thomas W. Robinson and David Shambaugh, (eds.), Chinese Foreign Policy; Theory and Practice (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994), pp.481-505.

Week ⅩⅥ–Conclusion: Will China Rule the World?
1. 以上为授课内容纲要,具体讲授时将依据学生的具体情况适当调整。
2. 鉴于相关参考书目可能不太容易借到,本课程将向学生提供部分阅读材料。
3. 本课程将采取课堂讲授和学生讨论相结合的方式:教师讲授时间一般为两个学时(约100分钟),剩余50分钟组织学生讨论,每个学生须在授课期间发表一个口述主题报告。

1. The actual teaching will be adjusted according to students` reality.
2. A course reader will be made available to all students.
3. Each teaching session will be structured as two 50-minute lectures plus one 50-minute tutorial. Each student is required to do at least one 20 minutes presentation on selected reading assignment during the discussion and take questions from other students.
1. 期中考试为提交一篇1200-1500字的英文论文,题目另行提供。
2. 期末考试采用闭卷方式,考试的内容源自课堂讲授内容和阅读材料,其题型包括:选择题、简短回答、论述题。
3. 总成绩按以下比例计算:课堂表现10%,主题报告20%,期中论文30%,期末考试40%。

Assessment Components
1. Attendance & participation: 10%.
2. Presentation: 20%.
3. Mid-term exam: one 1,200-1,500 word essay, 30% of total mark.
4. Final exam: 40%.
教学评估 陈长伟:
学年度学期:16-17-1,课程班:本土视野下的中国外交与国际事务1,课程推荐得分:4.69,教师推荐得分:4.69,课程得分分数段:85-90;
学年度学期:17-18-1,课程班:本土视野下的中国外交与国际事务1,课程推荐得分:2.5,教师推荐得分:3.33,课程得分分数段:80及以下;
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