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The Emerging US-China-Russia Strategic Triangle: Still Defying Great Power Expectations?

Title
The Emerging US-China-Russia Strategic Triangle: Still Defying Great Power Expectations?
Other Titles
중앙아시아 국제정치와 미·중·러 전략적 삼각관계의 부상
Author
김연규
Keywords
Central Asia; Strategic Triangle; Great Powers; Silk Road
Issue Date
2012-04
Publisher
고려대학교 일민국제관계연구원(Ilmin International Relations Institute)
Citation
국제관계연구(Journal of international politics), 2012, 17(1), P.5-32, 28P.
Abstract
This paper seeks to make a contribution to the understanding of the nature and direction of the US-China-Russia relationship in Central Asia. There is no clear consensus in the academic literature as to how stable and sustainable it is. We do need more academic work done in this area, including consideration of the implications for Central Asian security and political relations. This paper offers a unique perspective on Chinese foreign policy in Central Asia and its dilemmas in dealing with Russia and America. Although China’s recent economic and military policies have stimulated arguments about a potential clash with the US, this article contends that China’s most lasting and tangible gains have come at Russia’s expense in Central Asia.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Journal/ArticleDetail/NODE01834929http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/49600
ISSN
1738-0154
DOI
10.18031/jip.2012.03.17.1.5
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COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES[S](국제학부) > INTERNATIONAL STUDIES(국제학부) > Articles
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