Andrea Ghiselli’s Protecting China’s Interests Overseas: Securitization and Foreign Policy
What is driving China’s increasing global military activism? Andrea Ghiselli, Joel Wuthnow, Andrew Scobell, Jonathan Fulton, and Zongyuan Zoe Liu discuss the factors motivating the operations of the People’s Liberation Army abroad and the implications in this book review roundtable on Ghiselli’s Protecting China’s Interests Overseas: Securitization and Foreign Policy.
Where Will the People’s Liberation Army Go Next?
Protecting Chinese Interests Abroad or Planning for PRC Primacy?
Interests above Influence: China’s Security Presence in the Middle East–North Africa Region
Risk Management in China’s “Going Out”
Zongyuan Zoe Liu
Author’s Response: Covid-19, Great-Power Competition, and the Future of China’s Approach to the Protection of Its Interests Overseas
Joel Wuthnow is a Senior Research Fellow at the National Defense University and a Nonresident Fellow at the National Bureau of Asian Research (United States).
Andrew Scobell is a Distinguished Fellow with the China program at the U.S. Institute of Peace and Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (United States). His most recent publication is Crossroads of Competition: China, Russia, and the United States in the Middle East (2021).
Jonathan Fulton is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Zayed University (United Arab Emirates) and a Senior Nonresident Fellow at the Atlantic Council.
Zongyuan Zoe Liu is a Fellow for International Political Economy at the Council on Foreign Relations (United States).
Andrea Ghiselli is an Assistant Professor at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs at Fudan University (China). He is also a Nonresident Research Fellow with the TOChina Hub, the Head of Research for the TOChina Hub’s ChinaMed Project, and a member of the editorial team of OrizzonteCina.
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