Koncepcja pokojowego wzrostu Chin według paradygmatu realistycznego

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Adam Araszkiewicz


Ten artykuł ma na celu odniesienie się do kilku zagadnień badawczych. Po pierwsze, przedstawić ofensywny realizm jako odpowiednie narzędzie badawcze do analizy rywalizacji USA-Chiny. Po drugie, autor omawia teorię „pokojowego wzrostu Chin” i argumentuje, iż była ona w zasadniczej mierze kompatybilna z amerykańską strategią liberalnej hegemonii. Po trzecie, autor przedstawia i broni argumentu, iż rozwój Chin nie odbywa się pokojowo. Po czwarte, autor twierdzi, że Chiny chcą zostać regionalnym hegemonem w Azji Południowo-Wschodniej, a USA zgodnie z ofensywnym realizmem nie mogą na to pozwolić. Wreszcie autor rozważa argumenty, które są często używane na poparcie teorii „pokojowego wzrostu Chin” i wyjaśnia, dlaczego nie oddają one aktualnego i nie przewidują przyszłego charakteru stosunków USA-Chiny. W artykule zastosowano następujące metody badawcze: historyczną, opisową i decyzyjną.


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Araszkiewicz, A. (2021). Koncepcja pokojowego wzrostu Chin według paradygmatu realistycznego. Przegląd Strategiczny, (14), 297-312. https://doi.org/10.14746/ps.2021.1.17
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Adam Araszkiewicz, Adam Mickiewicz University

Adam ARASZKIEWICZ – PhD candidate at the Department of Strategic Studies, Faculty of Political Science and Journalism, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. His research interests include international relations, great power rivalry, strategic studies, international security issues, defense policy, military history.


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