China’s External Economic Relations offers both a history of China’s external relations with its economic partners and a frank assessment of the nation’s place as a new global superpower. Using a systematic approach to assess each of China’s key economic partners — the U.S., India, Japan, South Korea, as well as the ASEAN nations — the editors present a reasoned overview of China’s place in the current geopolitical paradigm and the nation’s prospects for the future. China’s External Economic Relations also looks at China’s overall foreign trade, foreign investment, and the "go global" strategy in an effort to understand China’s current success and predict its future path.
About the Editor
Liu Saili is an Associate Professor and Postgraduate Supervisor of International Economics at the China Foreign Affairs University. Her research interests include international trade and finance, economic relations between major countries, and China’s external economic relations. She also served as First Secretary of the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Toronto and at the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.