China has a vast and diverse range of neighbors. Its relations with these neighbors are significant in their own right but they also impact and shape the Asia Pacific region and the world as a whole.
With China's increasing prominence relations with its neighbors are experiencing significant readjustment and change.
These relations are dynamic and complex and have a different impact in different countries.
Based on research financed by the Ford Foundation this book brings together the work of scholars and experts from China and adjacent countries providing an insight into China's regional relations from different angles and perspectives.