By Lai-Ha Chan (auth.)
This e-book explores public healthiness in China specifically the administration of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, with the target of knowing China's compliance with and resistance to the norms and principles embedded within the international overall healthiness regime.
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Then it will explore the Chinese perspectives on those areas and how China responds to those changing conceptions in the international community. Chinese materials will be used heavily throughout this study, especially official documents and articles by renowned Chinese scholars. In the field of China study, it is widely accepted that there are symbiotic relations between the official view and the academic views. 6 ' Gerald Chan has also cogently described: The official line, handed down by the Party through the State Education Commission, is still decisive ....
Lllll China Engages Global Health Governance solutions and may not even be amendable to region-wide solutions. Not only are national policy makers not well equipped for tackling global issues, but also the associated statecentric approach is no longer useful for analyzing and suggesting solutions for them. This generates an increasing demand for cross-border political cooperation. Consequently, there is a rapid growth of interstate, transgovernmental, and transnational relations. The growing interstate relations are most evident in the cooperation of IGOs.
In order to enhance our understanding of China's foreign policy, the first step is to understand China's perception of the international order, global governance, and the notion ofWestphalian sovereignty, on which China's history and national experiences have direct bearing. The remainder of this chapter explores China's perception of the international order and global governance from an "inside-out" perspective. The focus is as follows. First, does China harbor any sense of deprivation in rewards while participating in global governance?
China Engages Global Health Governance: Responsible Stakeholder or System-Transformer? by Lai-Ha Chan (auth.)