Paul Evans: Engaging China



Esponse They are failing to produce a compelling strategy that addresses the power shift underway and growing public anxiety about China at homeEngaging China is a concise account of the volution and state of the Canadian approach to China its achievements disappointments and current dilemmas Written by Paul Evans professor at the Institute of Asian Research at the University of British Columbia and former head of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada the volume in.

For than four decades ngagement has been the bedrock of Canada s policy toward China as Ottawa has attempted to assist China s ntry into the international system and advance a commercial agenda More than just high policy ngagement has also been a recurrent narrative that sees changing China as a moral nterprise as important as trade and diplomacyAs global China s Invisible (The Curse of Avalon economic and diplomatic reach hasxpanded policy makers in Ottawa have not fashioned an ffective

Augurates the UTP Insights series books that take on the issues crucial to understanding our world and Canada s place within itEvans s assessment of the volution of Canada s China policy speaks to the intellectual history of the idea of ngagement and assesses its internal contradictions and possibilities He provides the lements of a comprehensive and strategic approach to China s central role in the most important power shift in the global order since World War

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