Periphery Diplomacy: Moving to the Center of China's Foreign Policy
Wang,Jianwei1; Hoo,Tiang Boon2
Source PublicationSeries on Contemporary China
AbstractAn important event which largely evaded world attention took place in Beijing on October 24-25, 2013. In what was an unprecedented first, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) convened a foreign policy work conference specifically on the theme of China's periphery diplomacy (Greek Passage). Participated by, among others, the Politburo standing committee, members of key Central Committee organs, members of the Leading Small Group on Foreign affairs, and senior diplomats, it was the second high-level CCP meeting on foreign policy since 2006 and the first specific forum on periphery diplomacy since the People's Republic of China's (PRC) establishment in 1949⋯
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CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Department of Government and Public AdministrationInstitute of Global and Public AffairsUniversity of Macau,Macao
2.China ProgrammeS. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)Nanyang Technological University,China
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Wang,Jianwei,Hoo,Tiang Boon. Periphery Diplomacy: Moving to the Center of China's Foreign Policy[J]. Series on Contemporary China,2019,45:3-14.
APA Wang,Jianwei,&Hoo,Tiang Boon.(2019).Periphery Diplomacy: Moving to the Center of China's Foreign Policy.Series on Contemporary China,45,3-14.
MLA Wang,Jianwei,et al."Periphery Diplomacy: Moving to the Center of China's Foreign Policy".Series on Contemporary China 45(2019):3-14.
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