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中国とアラブ湾岸君主国との関係

China's Relations with the Gulf Monarchies

1

(Rethinking Asia and International Relations)

Fulton, Jonathan

Routledge 2018/08
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138307933
eISBN: 9781351390965
KNPID: EY00236489
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As China’s international political role grows, its relations with states outside of its traditional sphere of interests is evolving. This is certainly the case of the Gulf monarchies of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, which together comprise the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). China’s levels of interdependence with these states has increased dramatically in recent years, spanning a wide range of interests. What motivating factors explain the Chinese leadership’s decision to forge closer ties to the GCC? Why have GCC leaders developed closer ties to China, and what kind of role can China be expected to play in the region as levels of interdependence intensify?

This book uses neoclassical realism to analyse the evolution of Sino-GCC relations. Examining the pressures that shaped China’s policy toward the Gulf monarchies, it demonstrates that systemic considerations have been predominant since 1949, yet domestic political considerations were also always an important consideration. Relations are examined across diplomatic and political interactions, trade and investment, infrastructure and construction projects, people-to-people exchanges, and military and security cooperation.

This book will appeal to scholars in the fields of International Relations and International Political Economy, as well as area specialists on China, the Gulf, the Gulf Monarchies, and those working on foreign policy issues.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 China and International Order

Chapter 3 The Gulf Monarchies: Domestic, Regional, and International Security Dynamics

Chapter 4 China’s Relations with Saudi Arabia

Chapter 5 China’s Relations with Oman

Chapter 6 China’s Relations with the United Arab Emirates

Chapter 7 Conclusion