The meaning of diplomacy policy on the China's present overseas Chinese affairs
AbstractIn the recent years, with the increasing global influences of overseas Chinese, China not only transformed from an "internal overseas affairs" to an "external overseas affairs", but also facilitated the forming of numerous overseas affairs organizations rapidly under the "multiple development" overseas affairs policy. It also formed the deeply-rooted six major systems: Highest decision-making body for overseas affairs policy; Political forum for overseas Chinese, Plan implementation body for overseas affairs, Interdepartmental plan implementation body for overseas affairs, other negotiating body for overseas affairs, and party system for overseas works. At present, China's overseas Chinese affairs policy contains five directions: adopt an open attitude towards emigration, combine overseas Chinese affairs with China's comprehensive national power, adopt different levels of forms of political influences on countries of residence, overseas Chinese businessmen help Chinese capital enter international markets and export Chinese education via overseas Chinese. It is found that the meaning of current China's overseas Chinese affairs policy for diplomacy includes: conform to the diplomatic strategy of "peaceful development" and "harmonious world", "great-power diplomacy" appears gradually, and increasingly outstanding "soft power" and "cultural diplomacy".
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Center for International Area Studies, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in its journal International Area Studies Review.
Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 2 (Summer)
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