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Analysis Of Hu Jintao's Strategy Of Harmonious Asian-Pacific Region

Posted on:2010-05-13Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:W P JiangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2166360275954063Subject:Marxist theory and ideological and political education
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As an important part of Hu Jintao's external regional strategy,Hu Jintao's strategy of harmonious Asian-Pacific region has become a guiding idea used to develop friendly cooperative relations between China and other Asian-Pacific countries and create security and prosperity of Asian-Pacific region.As a result,this research topic can help improve and strengthen diplomatic relations and build a harmonious Asian-Pacific region.First,this article analyzes causes of Hu Jintao's Asian-Pacific harmony strategy including its internal and external factors.Second,it discusses the content and its features of the strategy.The strategy covers such five aspects as politics,economics,culture,military security and environmental protection.It is comprehensive and pertinent.The strategy focuses on regional cooperation and the use of China's soft power and so on.Thirdly,after that,it makes an intensive study of the function and the status of Hu Jintao's Asia-Pacific harmony strategy.It helps to develop friendly relations between China and other Asian-Pacific countries and accelerate regional economic integration of Asian-Pacific region.Moreover,it also contributes to building a harmonious world and can be used for reference on how to develop diplomatic relations for many developing countries.Hu Jintao's Asian-Pacific harmony strategy is one of the newest achievements of international strategy during the Marxist Chinanization,and takes its place in the field of the current world's international strategy to a certain degree and so on.Finally,the author hopes this article will contribute to making a deep study of Hu Jintao's Asian-Pacific strategy and international strategy to a certain degree.
Keywords/Search Tags:Hu Jintao, Harmony, Asian-Pacific Region, Strategy
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