China's Foreign Policy: Who Makes It and How Is It Made?
China's Foreign Policy: Who Makes It and How Is It Made? (Asan Institute for Policy Studies, 2012) tackles the issues of who makes China's foreign policy and how is it determined. It presents a selection of papers originally discussed at the 2011 Asan Conference in Seoul, gathering the views of a wide selection of Western, Chinese, and Korean scholars.
The diversity of the papers makes the book a fascinating introduction to Chinese foreign policy. Princeton professor Thomas Christiansen contributes the lead essay, summarizing and discussing the challenges faced by China's next generation of leadership in a changing international environment. The volume, edited by Princeton University professor Gil Rozman, includes works by other China scholars. Full details here.