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China-US Relations in the New Era: Competition and Cooperation (I)
Translated from the Chinese edition
Editor(s)-in-Chief: Bilingual Publishing Center of Social Sciences
Publisher(s): China Academic Journals (CD Edition) Electronic Publishing House Co., Ltd.

First Published: 2021.01.19
Discipline(s): Politics/ Military Affairs/ Law
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  • China-US Relations in the New Era: Competition and Cooperation series consist of two volumes. This volume shares scholars’ views on China-US relations from angles such as theoretical research, regional strategies, as well as China, the US and other parties. Excellent papers are selected from The Chinese Journal of American Studies, World Economics and Politics, International Economic Review, and other journals. This Chinese-English bilingual e-book series include 85 papers in total by professionals such as Xia Liping, Dean of the Institute of International and Public Affairs of Tongji University, Wu Xinbo, Director of the Center for American Studies of Fudan University, and Zou Zhibo, Deputy Director of the Institute of World Economics and Politics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. The number of Chinese characters totals around 1,140,000 and that of English words totals roughly 798,000.

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The Chinese Journal of American Studies,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 31,No. 01

2. Paradigm shifts in the study of Sino-U.S. relations in the post-Cold War era and their implications: commemorating the 40th anniversary of the establishment of Sino-U.S. diplomatic relations

World Economics and Politics,Part 1: Theoretical Research,No. 02

3. China-US game and China’s revival: in the perspective of the comparative strength changes of the two countries

Northeast Asia Forum,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 28,No. 03

4. U.S. dollar standard system and its impact on China-U.S. economic relations

Northeast Asia Forum,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 23,No. 04

5. The strategic thinking of unilateral consensus and the evolution of Sino-U.S. strategic cooperation ①

The Chinese Journal of American Studies,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 31,No. 05

6. Chinese and American exceptionalism and differences in their strategic thinking ①

The Chinese Journal of American Studies,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 31,No. 06

7. Ties that bind: Strategic stability in the U.S.-China relationship

Foreign Affairs Review,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 31,No. 07

8. Metaphors and foreign policy: a war of metaphors in identifying Sino-U.S. relations

Foreign Affairs Review,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 34,No. 08

9. Power shifting, responsibility sharing, and the future of the Sino-U.S. relations

World Economics and Politics,Part 1: Theoretical Research,No. 09

10. Uncertainty, risk management and trust decision-making: a study based on Sino-U.S. strategic relations

World Economics and Politics,Part 1: Theoretical Research,No. 10

11. An analysis of the inapplicability of Thucydides trap for the development of Sino-US relationship

Cass Journal of Political Science,Part 1: Theoretical Research,No. 11

12. Sino-US institutional competition during the transformation period of the international order—an analysis based on the institutional balancing theory

Foreign Affairs Review,Part 1: Theoretical Research,Vol 36,No. 12