By Yufan Hao
This e-book examines the interaction of 2 units of guidelines: the chinese language government's rules to its borderlands and diplomacy. It proposes a conceptual framework and argues that China's policymakers fail to make whole use of the possibilities within the borderlands for reaching international policymakers' time table to bolster China's family with different international locations, neighboring ones specifically. therefore, those international guidelines replicate the political elites' insufficient attention of the detrimental impression of those rules at the borderlands, and underscore their fear for territorial disintegration. accordingly those regulations heart at the pursuit of vital keep watch over via workout administrative-military coercion, making the borderlands economically established, standardizing the cultural identification, and indoctrinating CCP-defined ideology. The demanding situations of the borderlands to the nationwide integration are exaggerated a lot that political elites pursued keep watch over and standardization on the fee of the identity of many folks in borderlands with the regime, China's foreign photograph and the kinfolk with its neighbouring international locations.
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The United States and the Western World The immediate reaction of Western countries to the Tibetan disturbances was to call for restraint, especially by China, and to avoid violating human rights. US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice put forward a typical Western reaction when she expressed deep concern, called on all sides to refrain from violence, and strongly urged China to exercise restraint in dealing with the protesters, respecting the fundamental right of all people to peacefully express their religious and political views.
P. Chou, “Building National Identity in Hong Kong and Macao,” East Asian Policy, 2 (2), 2010, pp. 73–80. qxd 10/28/2010 b1060 3:07 PM Page 19 China’s Policies on its Borderlands Chapter 2 The Disturbances in the Tibetan Areas and Ürümqi 2008–2009: Implications for China’s International Relations Colin Mackerras Department of International Business and Asian Studies, Griffith University Nathan, Queensland, Australia ABSTRACT In March 2008, there were disturbances all over the Tibetan areas of China, and in July 2009, there were large-scale riots in the Xinjiang capital, Ürümqi.
Meanwhile, Yunnan may also hurt the China–Myanmar relations. Certain Yunnan-based companies ignored Myanmar’s ban and signed contracts with ethnic groups in Myanmar to explore the natural resources located in the special regions which Myanmar government could not effectively govern. Chinese leaders also frown upon the various casinos and drugs in Myanmar that affect Yunnan the most. NOTES 1. Roger C. Altman, “The Great Crash 2008 — A Geopolitical Setback for the West”, Foreign Affairs, 88 (1), 2009, p.