By Yong Deng,Fei-Ling Wang,Yun-han Chu,John W. Garver,Peter Hays Gries,Thomas G. Moore,Andrew Scobell,Ming Wan,Hongying Wang,Jianwei Wang
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China Rising: Power and Motivation in Chinese Foreign Policy (Asia in World Politics) by Yong Deng,Fei-Ling Wang,Yun-han Chu,John W. Garver,Peter Hays Gries,Thomas G. Moore,Andrew Scobell,Ming Wan,Hongying Wang,Jianwei Wang