СИНДРОМ ПОДЪЕМА КИТАЯ? ФОРМИРОВАНИЕ НАЦИОНАЛЬНЫХ ШКОЛ ТЕОРИИ МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫХ ОТНОШЕНИЙ В АЗИИ


https://doi.org/10.18611/2221-3279-2014-5-3(17)-128-142

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Аннотация

Подъем Китая стал одним из ключевых вопросов изучения в теории международных отношений. В то же время эта тенденция стимулирует изменения в структуре самой, прежде западноцентричной, дисциплины. Она стимулирует рефлексию происходящих изменений в формирующейся китайской школе ТМО. В более широком плане становление китайской теории международных отношений заставляет другие азиатские страны также концептуализировать свое положение в мире, для предотвращения перспективы интеллектуального подчинения своему растущему соседу. Такое теоретизирование опирается на национальные традиции осмысления международной политики (по большей части игнорируемые на Западе). Развитие этой тенденции способствует подлинной либерализации дисциплины. 


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Ши Чиюй
Национальный Тайваньский Университет
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