Journal of China's Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2016)
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Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries of Fudan University (CCRNC-Fudan), ed., Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016.

Publisher: Social Sciences Academic Press (China)

Published in June 2016.

ISBN: 978-7-5097-9346-6

  

  

Contents

Preface                                         SHI Yuanhua/1

  

Comprehensive Studies on Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy

An Evaluation Report on the Security Situations in Chinas Periphery (2015-2016)   Zhang Yunling, Ren Jingjing/9

New Historical Developments of Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy since CCPs 18th National Congress           Shi Yuanhua/25

  

The Belt and Road” Research

South Asias View on Chinas the Belt and Road Initiative         Md. Muhibbur Rahman/63

Regional Responses to the Maritime Silk Road Initiative: The Imperatives of Economics, Domestic Concerns and Geopolitical Calculations          Kheng Swe Lim and Mingjiang Li/79

Political Risks along the Belt and Road: A Comprehensive Study of the Myitsone Dam Project in Myanmar and the Colombo Port City Project in Sri Lanka     Jiang Tianjiao/94

  

Studies on Chinas Neighboring Areas

Chinas FTA Strategy against the Background of TPP and RCEP       He Ping, Qian Yaping/111

ASEAN-China Maritime Cooperation: Maintaining Maritime Security and Regional Stability         Angel Damayanti/130

The Chaos in West Asia and Chinas Adjustments on Its Policy toward this Region      Guo Rui, Fan Congwei/142

  

Chinas Relations with Specific Neighboring Countries

Issues and Transcendence in the China-India Relations       Zhang Jiadong/163

  

Domestic Conditions of Chinas Neighboring Countries

A Study of DPRKs Endogenous Power and Exogenous Variables of Economic Growth             Zhang Huizhi/181

Republic of Koreas Diplomacy toward the Pacific Island Countries    Sun Xueyan/198

  

Hot Spots of the Disputes in South China Seas

The New Developments of Situations in the South China Sea and New Mentality for Responding to Such Changes        Wei Zongyou/213

  

New Strategic Frontiers Research

The Shaper of the U.S. Global Commons Security Strategy: CNASs Strategic Report of Contested Commons             Han Changshun/237

A Perspective on the Framework Design of Chinas Outer Space Defense Strategy    Jiang Jianzhong/255

Analysis of Abe Cabinets Space Strategy and Space Diplomacy: an Interpretation of Abe Cabinets two Basic Plans on Space Policy     Bao Xiaqin, Yang Yuqing/269

  

Reviews on Symposiums

A Review on the Symposium of China-ASEAN Relations and the Construction of Maritime Silk Road          Zhang Qun/287

A Review on the Symposium of Assessments and Prospects on Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy in 2015          Zhang Chi/297

A Review on the Symposium of Orders of Global Commons and Chinas Responsive Strategies                Nan Zhensheng/308

A Review on the Symposium of Cultural Contacts and Recognition of Identities: the Trends of Ethnic Relations in the Northeast Asia         Mao Yinghui/317

  

Appendix

Introduction on the Collaborative Innovation Center for Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime Rights (CICTSMR) /325

Introduction on Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries (CCRNC) /327

Notice Inviting Contributions to the Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy /329

  

An Evaluation Report on the Security Situations in Chinas Periphery (2015-2016)   

Zhang Yunling, Ren Jingjing

Abstract:The security situation in China’s periphery during the year 2015 can be summarized into one sentenceThe gaming between big powers became more intensivebut the overall power structure was stablewith the issues of hot spots were more outstanding but still controllable. In the shaping of China’s peripheral security environmentthe construction for a new type of major power relationship was placed on a very important position and regarded as a key link for China to implement a strategy of creating an innovative stability and taking pioneering initiatives. Of all the changes of security situation around Chinathe issues related to South China Sea became even more tensethe probability of conflicts in the Korean Peninsula was increasedand the risks in the Diaoyu Islands and East China Sea were still existing. The year 2016 will be an eventful year because the tensions of some confrontational hot spots will continue and the chain effects of big powers’ gaming will be spread. The most important missions for China to safeguard its peripheral security are to manage and control disagreements properlymaintain an overall stability in its neighboring countriesand avoid an impact to the whole situation brought by some local or partial disruptionsso that a macro environment for peaceful development can be preserved and sustained.

Author:Zhang YunlingResearch ProfessorMember of the Academic Board of the Chinese Academy of Social SciencesCASS),Dean of the Section of International Studies of the boardand Director of the Center for Regional Security Studies of CASSRen JingjingPh.DAssociate Research Professor with the Institute of Contemporary China Studiesand deputy secretary-general of the Center for Regional Security Studies of CASS.

Official citation:Zhang Yunling, Ren Jingjing, An Evaluation Report on the Security Situations in Chinas Periphery (2015-2016), Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 9-24.

  

New Historical Developments of Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy since CCPs 18th National Congress           

Shi Yuanhua

Abstract:Since the 18 National Congress of Chinese Communist Partythe diplomacy towards China neighboring countries has been gradually uplifted to the status of “the Priority of All Priorities”. The historical new developments of China’s neighboring diplomacy are embodied in the four major strategic measuresan initiative for constructing a community of common destinya new grand plan outlining “the Belt and Road”an effort to establish a “New Asian Security Concept”and a leadership in building the “Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank”. Alsoa new path for China’s neighboring diplomacy has been pioneeredwhich includes the proposal of a core idea of “cooperative win-win pattern”the practice to try a “compatible coexistence” of the parallel security systems led by China and U.S. respectivelya work to construct a new type of big power relations with RussiaIndiaand Japanan effort to promote a fresh “good neighbor diplomacy” with new characteristicsa “bottom-line mentality” to guarantee China’s peaceful developmentand an overall coordination of six major new diplomatic paths that include “six big tectonics” and “the binary of Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean”. At the same timenew themes for China’s neighboring diplomacy in the future have been clarifiedincluding the following six major new themesa construction for peripheral big power diplomacy with Chinese characteristicsa top-level design for “Grand Neighboring Diplomacy”an effort to clarify the strategic positioning of disputed issues and disputing neighboring countriesa macro arrangement and strategy emphasizing the land-sea coordination and sea-sea coordinationand an endeavor to carry forward the project of training talents for China’s neighboring diplomacy. A research on the new strategiesnew pathsand new themes for China’s neighboring diplomacy since CCP’s 18 National Congress is very important for people to understand the overall arrangement of China’s diplomacy and the future trends of its neighboring diplomacy.

Author:Shi YuanhuaProfessorDirector of the Center for China’s Relations with Neighboring Countries at Fudan UniversityDeputy Director of the China’s Collaborative Innovation Center for Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime RightsCICTSMR.

Official citation:Shi Yuanhua, “New Historical Developments of Chinas Neighboring Diplomacy since CCPs 18th National Congress, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 25-59.

  

South Asias View on Chinas the Belt and Road Initiative         

Md. Muhibbur Rahman

Abstract:This paper briefly examines South Asia’s view on the China’s “the Belt and Road” initiative. More preciselyit focuses on responses of IndiaBangladesh and Sri Lanka to the 21st Century Maritime Silk RoadMSRinitiative of China. The initiative has generated tremendous prospect for South Asiaa region having deeper ties and exchanges with China both historically and in the contemporary time. While there is a general acceptance of the idea of MSR as a channel for maritime connectivitycountries are facing diplomatic and political dilemmas in making concrete decisions. Economic interdependence and need for infrastructure developmentas well as seaward reorientation of national economies have created ample complementarities between China and South Asia. On the other handgeographic and diplomatic compulsions as small states and lack of domestic political consensus made it difficult for many countries in the region to respond effectively to the call of China. In particularBangladesh and Sri Lanka have been struggling to find a pragmatic and balanced way to integrate with Silk Road initiatives. NeverthelessIndia is still skeptical about China’s long term motive and has taken rather an ambivalent position with regard to MSR. Geopolitical apprehensions concerning China’s rise and the fear of China’s growing influence in the Indian Ocean made MSR an uneasy development for Indiadespite the initiative’s potential to accord the country significant economic benefits.

Author:Md.Muhibbur RahmanResearch Officer at Bangladesh Institute of International and strategic StudiesBIISS. From January-April2015he worked as Visiting Fellow at the Institute of International StudiesIIS),Fudan University under Fudan Fellowship for Overseas Scholars Program.

Official Citation:Md.Muhibbur Rahman, “South Asia’s View on China’s “the Belt and Road” Initiative”, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 63-78.

  

Regional Responses to the Maritime Silk Road Initiative: The Imperatives of Economics, Domestic Concerns and Geopolitical Calculations          

Kheng Swe Lim and Mingjiang Li

Abstract:The 21 Century Maritime Silk Road initiativeMSRhas attracted a lot of attention from foreign governments and research communities. China has exhibited a tremendous amount of enthusiasm for the implementation of the initiative. While Beijing is prepared to provide abundant resources for the initiativeregional countries’ attitudes and responses are equally important for the success or failure of the initiative. This paper identifies three major factors that will help influence the reactions of regional states in Southeast Asia and South Asia to China’s initiativeincluding the perceived economic benefits from participation in the plandomestic politics of these statesand the geopolitical calculations of these regional countries. Different countries give different weight to these three factors. As a resultcountries in the two regions display different reactions to the MSR. Some are very positive. Some countries are positive but harbors certain reservations. And other countries are passiveif not againstthe MSR initiative. It would be wise for Beijing to fully understand the complexities of regional states’ views of the initiative and adopt flexbile policies in order to ensure a fairly smooth implementation of the MSR initiative.

Author:Kheng Swe Lim is research analyst at the S. Rajaratnam School of International StudiesNanyang Technological UniversityMingjiang Li is associate professor at the S. Rajaratnam School of International StudiesNanyang Technological University.

Official Citation:Kheng Swe Lim and Mingjiang Li, Regional Responses to the Maritime Silk Road Initiative: The Imperatives of Economics, Domestic Concerns and Geopolitical Calculations, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 79-93.

  

  

Political Risks along the Belt and Road: A Comprehensive Study of the Myitsone Dam Project in Myanmar and the Colombo Port City Project in Sri Lanka     

Jiang Tianjiao

Abstract:With the advance of “the Belt and Road” initiativemore and more Chinese enterprises are entering the developing countries and regions that are underdeveloped in economy and unstable in political and social spheres. Although factors like the rivalry of great powers and the balancing diplomacy and democratic transitions of small countries lead to an increasingly complex business environment for Chinese enterpriseswe can still find from a comparative study of the Myitsone dam project in Myanmar and the Colombo port city project in Sri Lanka that uneven profit distributions during Chinese enterprises’ investment in host countries are the main cause of political risks. We suggest that Chinese enterprises shall substantiate the idea of mutually-beneficial development for a cooperative win-win patterncarry out the investment mode of diversification and profit sharingand set up independent risk assessment and pre-warning mechanism as soon as possible.

Author: Jiang TianjiaoPh.DCandidate of the School of Internationals and Public Affairs of Fudan UniversityResearch Assistant of the Center for BRICS and Newly Emerging Economies of the Development Research Institute at Fudan University.

Official Citation:Jiang Tianjiao, Political Risks along the Belt and Road: A Comprehensive Study of the Myitsone Dam Project in Myanmar and the Colombo Port City Project in Sri Lanka, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 94-107.

  

Chinas FTA Strategy against the Background of TPP and RCEP       

He Ping, Qian Yaping

Abstract:In recent yearsthe regional integration in Asia-Pacific has been presenting a new development trend. While the number of bilateral FTAs keeps growingthe pluri-lateral and regional “Super FTAs” represented by the TPP and RCEP begin to take shape and accelerate. Against this backgroundChina has greatly speeded up its FTA constructionwith the ever expanding geographical coverage of FTA partnersextending FTA sectors and issuesand a preliminary strategic framework. The Pilot Free Trade Zones have also prepared China for its participation in negotiations for higher economic and trade standards. Based on thisChina should upgrade its FTA level to complete the missing piece and achieve a suitable and adjustable degree of market openingmake the FTAs compatible with the expanding and deepening global value chain and production network from a long-term perspectiveanticipate and prepare for the potential expansion of TPPand strengthen its FTAs with its neighboring countries and developing partners.

Author:He Pingassociate professor at the Institute of International StudiesFudan University. Qian YapingPh.Dcandidate at the School of International Relations and Public AffairsFudan University.

Official Citation:He Ping, Qian Yaping, “Chinas FTA Strategy against the Background of TPP and RCEP, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 111-129.

  

ASEAN-China Maritime Cooperation: Maintaining Maritime Security and Regional Stability         

Angel Damayanti

Abstract:Globalization depends on the free flow of sea-based shipping. International shipping underpins the prospect of further beneficial growth in world tradeparticularly in Asia Pacific region. This provides both an opportunity and a challenge since sea-based globalization is vulnerable to disruption. Thereforethe international shipping needs to be stable and secure. For this reasonsome major powers in Asia Pacific such as the USChina and Indonesia have launched their respective strategy in securing maritime in the region. This paper mainly seeks the common concerns between Asia Pacific governments and the role of ASEAN in promoting the maritime cooperation. Their common concerns most likely derive from challenges and threats that come from the sea and at the sea due to lack of maritime security and governance ashoresuch as those happened in the South China Sea and Straits of Malacca. Accordinglythis paper proposes an inclusive and comprehensive collaboration between ASEAN member states and Chinainvolving other major powers in Asia Pacific for the maintenance of good order at sea. This maritime partnership is vital for securing the economic development and prosperity as well as maintaining peace and stability in the region.

Author:Angel DamayantiLecturer and Senior Researcher at Center for Security and Foreign Affairs StudiesCESFASat International Relations ProgramFaculty of Social and Political SciencesChristian University of IndonesiaUKI),Jakarta.

Official Citation: Angel Damayanti, ASEAN-China Maritime Cooperation: Maintaining Maritime Security and Regional Stability, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 130-141.

  

The Chaos in West Asia and Chinas Adjustments on Its Policy toward this Region

Guo Rui, Fan Congwei

Abstract:In 2015the highly risky situations of disruptive turbulences and upheavals continued in the West Asia region and there was a very urgent need to establish a clear security order in that region. The current trends of the chaotic situations in this region are characterized by an all-directionalmultilayeredand disorderly new normalwhich shows that the geographical political game in the area is more violent and complicated. The United States gradually lost its dominant power in West Asiaand there was an obvious decline in its influence and its capacity to control the momentum. Because of the new changes and new features in West AsiaChina has made a series of new adjustments on its diplomacy in West Asiawith many attractive new measures. Particularlyits interventions in the settlement of regional hotspot issuesits cooperation in combating international terrorismand its accelerated pace to construct “the Belt and Road” deserve much attention. China should take the initiative to participate in the construction of the Western Asian regional orderand make proper coordination on the trilateral relations between ChinaU.S.and the West Asiaso as to forge the West Asia into a new shaft and a new fulcrum on which China can build new types of relations with its neighboring countries.

Author:Guo RuiProfessorDoctoral TutorDepartment of International PoliticsCollege of Public AdministrationJilin UniversityPh.D of LawPost-doctor of Theoretical Economics.Fan CongweiPostgraduate for Master’s DegreeDepartment of International PoliticsCollege of Public AdministrationJilin University.

Official Citation:Guo Rui, Fan Congwei, The Chaos in West Asia and Chinas Adjustments on Its Policy toward this Region, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 142-160.

  

Issues and Transcendence in the China-India Relations       

Zhang Jiadong

Abstract:The factors on China-India relationship can be divided into two typesstructural and non-structural. The structural factors include territorial disputesChina-Pakistan special relationshipwater disputesand competition on international status. Non-structural factors include trade imbalancevisa issuehistorical perceptions and cognitionsand differences of strategic priorities. All of these factors are so diversifying and changing that its impacts on China-India relations are in flux. To have a stable and better relationshipChina and India must manage structural factors and promote cooperation on non-structural areas simultaneously. To shape a new model of major power relationshipboth countries need to softenweakenand trivialize traditional obstacles between two countries through a search for new cooperation areas and space.

Author: Zhang JiadongProfessor of International Relations at Center for American StudiesVice Director of Center for South Asian StudiesFudan University.

Official Citation:Zhang Jiadong, Issues and Transcendence in the China-India Relations, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 163-178.

  

A Study of DPRKs Endogenous Power and Exogenous Variables of Economic Growth             

Zhang Huizhi

Abstract: In recent yearsalthough DPRK was surrounded by increasingly stringent international sanctionsit still achieved positive economic growth. In the meantimePyongyang appears to be in a thriving development. Taking a view on the source of DPRK’s economic growth momentumwe find out that DPRK’s endogenous power for economic growth are embodied in several aspects. First“DPRK-Style economic management approach” improved labor productivity. Secondthe markets for both capital goods and consumer goods were expandedthus promoting the commercial development and uplifting the domestic demand. Thirdincreased attention and more investment in science and technology promoted the DPRK’s technological progress. Howeverdue to the harsh environment of trade and investmentfor the DPRKthe international trade and foreign investment are only the exogenous variables in economic growth. In view of the vulnerability of DPRK’s industrial structure and long-term technical problems such as inadequate inputsthe DPRK has no choice but to convert the exogenous variables such as trade and foreign investment into endogenous powerthrough an strengthening of trade openness and an increase of investment. Only in this way will the technological spillover effect be brought into full play in DPRK and the long-term sustainable economic development be truly achieved.

Author:Zhang Huizhiprofessor of the Northeast Asian Studies CollegeJilin University.

Official citation:Zhang Huizhi, “A Study of DPRKs Endogenous Power and Exogenous Variables of Economic Growth, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 181-197.

  

  

Republic of Koreas Diplomacy toward the Pacific Island Countries    

Sun Xueyan

Abstract:Republic of Korea’s Diplomacy has reached beyond the Northeast Asia and shown the tendency of diversification with a further increase of its synthesizing national power since the end of the Cold War. ROK has expanded its diplomatic targets to the Pacific Island Countries in recent years. In historyKorean Labors were forced to enter the Pacific Island Countries. And ROK has been playing an influential role in the South Pacific as an emerging power located outside this regionby means of ODA and multi-lateralenvironmental and cultural diplomacy. ROK-PICs’ friendly relations and cooperation have developed steadily in politicscultureeconomy and security. Howeverthe standard and model of their cooperation need to be improvedand the contents and levels of their cooperation have yet to be fully improved or broadened.

Author:Sun XueyanAssociate Professor of Research Center for the Pacific Island CountriesLiaocheng University.

Official Citation:Sun Xueyan, Republic of Koreas Diplomacy toward the Pacific Island Countries, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 198-210.

  

The New Developments of Situations in the South China Sea and New Mentality for Responding to Such Changes        

Wei Zongyou

Abstract:In October 2015the South China Sea Arbitration Tribunal in Hague announced it had the jurisdiction to consider the Philippines’ case concerning the South China Sea disputes. In the same monththe U.S. destroyer USS Lassen navigated for the first time within 12 miles of the Subi Reef which is claimed by China and where China has been conducting land reclamation. These two developments highlighted the thorny issue of growing South China Sea disputes among ChinaTaiwanVietnamthe PhilippinesMalaysiaIndonesiaand Brunei on the one handand the rising maritime competition between China and U.S. on the other hand. These developments also posed increasing challenges to China’s maritime claim in South China Sea and maritime aspiration. How China copes with these challenges is an issue of strategic significance and with great implications to China’s maritime aspiration and grand strategy in the long run.

Author:Wei ZongyouProfessor and Ph.DTutor of the Center for American Studiesand Part Time Researcher of the Center for Taiwan Studies at the Fudan University.

Official Citation:Wei Zongyou, The New Developments of Situations in the South China Sea and New Mentality for Responding to Such Changes, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 213-233.

  

The Shaper of the U.S. Global Commons Security Strategy: CNASs Strategic Report of Contested Commons

Han Changshun

Abstract:Based on the conclusion of Barry Posen that command of the global commons is the military foundation of U.S. hegemonyContested Commonsthe Future of American Power in a Multipolar Worldthe strategic report of CNAS made a comprehensive and detailed analysis to all kinds of challenges that U.S. faces in the global commonsand designed a concrete and highly operable three-dimension strategy for the U.S. to keep its command of the global commonsto lead to build stronger global regimesto engage responsible pivotal actorsand to reshape American hard power. This report is the result of the debate on American grand strategy for the Post-Cold War Era. Furthermorethis report has both a macro influence on the formulation of the U.S. national security strategy and a micro influence on the implementation of the “re-pivot to Asia” strategy of the U.S. because of the strong governmental backgrounds of the writers and reviewers of this report and the U.S.-style “revolving door” mechanism. Thereforethis report deserves close attentions and meticulous observations from domestic academic and political circles.

Author:Han ChangshunPh.DCandidate of School of International Relations and Public affairs of Fudan University.

Official Citation:Han Changshun, The Shaper of the U.S. Global Commons Security Strategy: CNASs Strategic Report of Contested Commons, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 237-254.

  

A Perspective on the Framework Design of Chinas Outer Space Defense Strategy    

Jiang Jianzhong

Abstract:Out space has become one of China’s new strategic frontiers. Chinese decision-making institutions also need a systematic and complete strategy for its outer space security and defense. This article focuses on the strategic goal on China’s outer space security and defenseobjectively assesses the positive and negative constraints influencing outer space strategic goaland then proposes an operationally feaible and innovative outer space defense strategy framework in line with China’s outer space development requirement. From the perspective of philosophywe should construct China’s outer space defense strategy through a philosophical mentality. From the perspective of capacityChina should strengthen and upgrade its outer space defense technology. From the perspective of soft powerChinese government should uplift its ability to control the institutional discourse power on outer space. From the perspective of national imageChina should take the responsibility to build a safer outer space.

Author: Jiang JianzhongPh.DLecturer of Nanjing Institute of Politics.

Official Citation:Jiang Jianzhong, A Perspective on the Framework Design of Chinas Outer Space Defense Strategy, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 255-268.

  

Analysis of Abe Cabinets Space Strategy and Space Diplomacy: an Interpretation of Abe Cabinets two Basic Plans on Space Policy     

Bao Xiaqin, Yang Yuqing

Abstract:January 9, 2015the ninth meeting of the Strategy Headquarters for Space Policy decided on the new Basic Plan on Space Policy and its roadmap. The new Basic plan on Space Policy comprehensively incorporates the status of the basic plan on spacethe new structure to promote the development and utilization of spaceas well as the comprehensive and systematical policies and measures that the government should take for the development and utilization of space. It is the first basic plan on space Policy after Abe Cabinet released the Basic Strategy of National Security. Based on the history of Japanese space strategythis essay aims to analyze the backgroundmotivation and strategic goals indicated in Abe cabinet’s two different basic plans on space policyand to evaluate the trend of Abe Cabinet’s space policy and its policy of space diplomacy.

Author:Bao XiaqinProfessor of the Institute of International StudiesResearch Fellow of the Collaborative Innovation Center of Territorial Sovereignty and Maritime RightsFudan University. Yang YuqingPostgraduate of School of International Relations and Public AffairsFudan University.

Official Citation:Bao Xiaqin, Yang Yuqing, Analysis of Abe Cabinets Space Strategy and Space Diplomacy: an Interpretation of Abe Cabinets two Basic Plans on Space Policy, Journal of China’s Neighboring Diplomacy, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2016, pp. 269-284.

  

Link to the Chinese version: http://www.iis.fudan.edu.cn/9e/8e/c11003a106126/page.htm