The China Challenge: Sino-Canadian Relations in the 21st Century

The China Challenge: Sino-Canadian Relations in the 21st Century

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Titre: The China Challenge: Sino-Canadian Relations in the 21st Century
Auteur: Cao, Huhua; Poy, Vivienne
Résumé: With the exception of Canada’s relationship with the United States, Canada’s relationship with China will likely be its most significant foreign connection in the twenty-first century. As China’s role in world politics becomes more central, understanding China becomes essential for Canadian policymakers and policy analysts in a variety of areas. Responding to this need, The China Challenge brings together perspectives from both Chinese and Canadian experts on the evolving Sino-Canadian relationship. It traces the history and looks into the future of Canada-China bilateral relations. It also examines how China has affected a number of Canadian foreign and domestic policy issues, including education, economics, immigration, labour and language. Recently, Canada-China relations have suffered from inadequate policymaking and misunderstandings on the part of both governments. Establishing a good dialogue with China must be a Canadian priority in order to build and maintain mutually beneficial relations with this emerging power, which will last into the future.
Date: 2011
PUO: http://www.press.uottawa.ca/the-china-challenge
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10393/23096
Table des Matières:
1. Introduction: Canada’s Response to China’s Increasing Role in the World (Huhua Cao)
2. Canada’s Staying Power: A Diplomat’s View (Fred Bild)
3. The Canadian Policy Context of Canada’s China Policy since 1970 (Charles Burton)
4. Canada and China: The China Strategy of 1987 (B. Michael Frolic)
5. The Politics of Soft Power in Sino-Canadian Relations: Stephen Harper’s Visit to China and the Neglected Hong Kong Factor (Sonny Shiu-Ling Lo)
6. Friends across the Pacific: Links between Canada and Hong Kong in Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (Ming K. Chan)
7. Canadian and Chinese Collaboration on Education: From Unilateral to Bilateral Exchanges (Qiang Zha)
8. Canada and China after the Global Financial Crisis (Yuen Pau Woo)
9. Post-Colonial Transformations in China’s Hong Kong and Macau: Implications for Cross-Taiwan-Strait and Canada–PRC Links (Vivienne Poy)
10. Hong Kong: Canada’s Partner in Prosperity (Perrin Beatty)
11. The Transformative Effects of the Global Economic Crisis: Implications for the World and Shanghai’s Aspirations (Thomas d’Aquino)
12. The Canadian Constitution and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms: A Global Template for Minority Rights with Relevance to China? (Errol P. Mendes)
13. Chinese in Canada and Canadians in China: The Human Platform for Relationships between China and Canada (Kenny Zhang)
14. Transnational Intergenerational Support: Implications of Aging in Mainland China for the Chinese in Canada (Ghazy Mujahid, Ann H. Kim and Guida C. Man)
15. The Bridge Too Far?: Language Retention, Ethnic Persistence, and National Identification among the Chinese Diaspora in Canada (Jack Jedwab)
16. Changing Territorial Strategies: Chinese Immigrants in Canada (Huhua Cao and Olivier Dehoorne)
17. Causes and Consequences: Overeducated Chinese Immigrants in the Canadian Labour Market (Tony Fang)
18. Conclusion: Reimagining Canada’s Present and Future in the Shadow of the Rise of China (Jeremy Paltiel)

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