Worldviews of Aspiring Powers: Domestic Foreign Policy Debates in China, India, Iran, Japan and Russia

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Index
“10,000 word essays,” 50
20-year Outlook Document, Iran, 131, 140
Abe Shinzo, 161
Afghanistan
America military victory, 5
American invasion, 137
war of “necessity,” 7
Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud, 123, 133, 142n.11, 212
Aiyar, Mani Shankar, 87
America question
Iran’s foreign policy, 135–139, 223
US decline, 223–224
Aminzadeh, Mohsen, 136–137
Arab–Israeli conflict, 138
arms control policy, India, 105–106
Asia First, China, 49, 57–58, 66
Asian Development Outlook 2001, 222
Asian Financial Crisis (1997), 57
Asianism, 10
Asian Tigers, 30
aspiring powers, power shift toward, 3–4
Autonomists, Japan, 151–153, 167–168, 173
Bagheri, Ali, 129
Balancers, Japan, 167, 170–171, 173, 174
Bandwagoning, Japan, 167, 169, 176, 222
Barzegar, Kayhan, 137–138
Beijing Consensus, 25, 31
Bhatt, Om Prakash, 98
Bjaratiya Janata Party (BJP), 80, 89, 96
Blair, Tony, 171
Brazil, 228, 230–231
BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa), 43, 44, 59, 106, 230, 231
Brookings Institution, 8
Bush, George W., 6–8, 10, 14, 25, 51, 198
Cao Gangchuan, 163
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 8
Cato Institute in Washington D.C., 7
China
“biding time, hiding brightness, not taking the lead, but doing some things,” 40–42
conflicted rising power, 36–37
debated issues, 40–47
foreign policy, 10, 12, 68/2.7
global governance, 44–45
harmonious world, 45–46
hegemony, 47
Indian diplomacy, 97
Indian military power, 82–83
international relations (IR), 37, 38
Japan and, 146, 159–164
multilateralism, 44–45
open discourse in constrained environment, 37–39
parsing the discourse, 39–40
peaceful rise, 42, 46, 53
Pekingology, 38
Realists and Nationalists, 218–221
relations with United States, 26–27
responsible power theory, 44–45
rising power, 3–4
soft power, 46–47
structure of international order, 42–44
tendency analysis, 47, 7072.47
United States and, 24–25
United States-China (G-2), 43, 147, 172
UN peacekeeping, 60–61
China-ASEAN Free Trade Area CAFTA), 58
“China Can Say No,” 50
China Foreign Affairs University, 58

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