China Across the Divide
The Domestic and Global in Politics and Society
Edited by Rosemary Foot
Reviews and Awards
"Engagingly written with exceptional scholarship, China across the Divide offers rare and often surprising insights into the political battles that are shaping China's emergence as a global power. A true stand-out and a must-read."-Elizabeth C. Economy, C.V. Starr Senior Fellow and Director, Asia Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations.
"This first-rate collection of essays is an important addition to the growing literature on China's impact on global politics and economics. Together the chapters make the case that rigorous scholarship about China's foreign policy needs to embrace the intended and unintended, linear and non-linear, highly endogenous relationships between China's domestic economic, political, and ideological development on the one hand and China's interaction with other nations, institutions, and non-state actors on the other. The book shows, too, the intellectual value of cross-disciplinary, historically informed research."-Alastair Iain Johnston, Harvard University