restricted access   Volume 15, Number 1, February 2017

Table of Contents

Special Issue on China in the World: Is China a Status Quo Power?

Guest Editor: LYE Liang Fook

Articles

Introduction: China in World Politics: Is China a Status Quo Power?

pp. 1-3

The Changing Geopolitical Landscape, China and the World Order in the 21st Century

pp. 4-23

The Discourse on China’s Rise

pp. 24-40

Beyond the Love–Hate Approach?: International Law and International Institutions and the Rising China

pp. 41-62

China and the United States in the Asia-Pacific: Towards a New Model or New Normal of Major Power Relations?

pp. 63-82

China and Japan: A Clash of Two “Anti-Status Quo” Powers?

pp. 83-97

China Veering towards South Korea for Status Quo on the Korean Peninsula?

pp. 98-119

India–China Relations under Xi Jinping: An Indian Perspective

pp. 120-139

Forging a Sino–Russo Alliance: Analysis with a Hybrid Theoretical Framework

pp. 140-162

Explaining the Contradiction in China’s South China Sea Policy: Structural Drivers and Domestic Imperatives

pp. 163-186

China’s Revisionist Aspirations in Southeast Asia and the Curse of the South China Sea Disputes

pp. 187-213

China and Global Governance: A More Active Role on a Selective Basis

pp. 214-233

China–Asean Relations

October 2016 to December 2016: Chronology of Events

pp. 234-241

October 2016 To December 2016: Important Documents

p. 241