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《现代国际关系》 2015-01
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Dynamics of U.S. Asia-Pacific Rebalance Strategy and China's Response

Pan Yaling;  
There is an emerging consensus among American policy and academic circles on making a long term strategy based on the assumption of U.S. hegemonic decline. The author argues that this strategy has been losing its momentum since the Obama's second term. It is important to note that this low tide may be a short-term phenomenon.With American economic recovery and further exploration of new ways of mobilization,the momentum will probably come back and an updated U.S. Asia-Pacific rebalance strategy will reemerge. The changes to the momentums of this U.S. strategy provides China a quite short strategic opportunity window that calls for designing a comprehensive and far-sight strategy.
【CateGory Index】: D822.371.2
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