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The East Asian Response to China''s Rise: A View from China-US-Taiwan Triple Interactions
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This dissertation creates a constructivist framework for understanding the process and nature of Sino-US relations, Taiwan’s significant role in that relationship and the response of China’s neighbors towards developments in China’s foreign policy as a result of China’s relative rise.
Misunderstanding is not primarily materialist in essence; cooperation can build trust, but if nothing sustentative comes of that cooperation it will be counterproductive in the way two or more states view each other. This is a case of knowledge not leading to a positive understanding; rather one where familiarity breeds contempt. If China - US relations are not built upon mutual understanding and rivalry ensues, this power rivalry will see a new “cold war” or “tepid war” (when the Constructivist Security Dilemma becomes metastasized) develop in the East Asian region.
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