中国崛起、国际秩序与世界秩序 / China’s Rise, International Order, and the World Order
The rise of China is the most typical example of the rise of non-Western powers in international society. International order is the order among the sovereign states, and the world order includes international order, domestic order, and transnational order, but at the core of the world order is the international order. Western countries have dominated the international and world orders since the Westphalian peace conference, and the US has been the dominant country in the so-called liberal international order since the end of the World War II. The rise of China and the other non-Western powers is one of the driving forces of the evolution of the international order and world order in the twenty-first century.
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