Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change

Series III, Asia, Volume 20

 

  

CULTURAL IMPACT

ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

CHINESE PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, XX

  

edited by

Yu Xintian

 

CONTENTS

 

INTRODUCTION

George F. McLean

PROLOGUE. The Significance of Research in East Asian Culture

Yu Xintian

 

PART I. CULTURE: A NEW DIMENSION OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

Chapter I. Contemporary Culture and International Relations

Zhu Majie

Chapter II. The Role of Soft Power in International Relations

Zhu Majie

Chapter III. Cultural Power and Cultural Conflict

Guo Jiemin

 

PART II. CAUTIONS AND CONCERNS

 

Chapter IV. Deng Xiaoping’s Human Rights Theory

Zhu Majie

Chapter V. Western Civilization: Its Essence, Features and Impact

Zhu Majie

 

PART III. CULTURE: HOW TO SUCCEED IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

Chapter VI. An Outline of International Culture

Yu Xintian

Chapter VII. The Destiny of Culture: Relationships between Foreign and Native Cultures in the Process of Modernization

Yu Xintian

Chapter VIII. The Japanese Spirit: Foundation of Japanese Peculiarity

Guo Jiemin

 

PART IV. CULTURE AND CONTEMPORARY CONFLICTS IN

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

Chapter IX. Cultural Factors in Arab-West Relations

Li Weijian

Chapter X. Cultures and the Arab-Israeli Conflict

Li Weijian

Chapter XI. Ethnic and Religious contradictions and Their Impact in Central Asia

Qian Zongqi

Chapter XII. The September 11th Incident and Trends in Middle East Social Thought

Li Weijian

EPILOGUE. Cultural Issues in the Context of Economic Globalization

Yu Xintian

 



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