Chinese Power and the Idea of a 'Responsible State' in a Changing World Order

In this podcast, Professor Rosemary Foot argues that, for China, the idea of a responsible state has shifted from being an externally-imposed benchmark towards one where Beijing perceives itself as having earned a legitimate role in creating new institutions as well as in reshaping some of the global order norms that it sees as deficient or inappropriate. China is now moving into an era where it will determine what represents responsible behaviour in world politics.

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