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Cyber Politics in US–China Relations

World Scientific 2021年08月出版


Cuihong CAI, Cyber Politics in US-China Relations, Singapore: World Scientific, 2021.

ISBN: 9789811220241(hard cover); ISBN: 9789811220258 (ebook)

ISBN: 9789811220265 (ebook other)

 2021年8月,由蔡翠红研究员著写的Cyber Politics in US–China Relations 正式出版。




  Cyber issues are of utmost importance and sensitivity for US-China relations today. The combination of cyber and politics is also developing from “low politics” to “high politics”. This book discusses cyber politics in US-China relations from four distinct aspects: first, the overall analysis of the role and manifestation of cyber politics in international relations from a theoretical perspective; second, the main issues regarding cyber politics in US-China relations; third, the factors influencing cyber politics in US-China relations; and fourth, the prospect and practice of cyber politics in US-China relations.

  Based on an exploration of issues of cybersecurity, cyberspace governance, ideology and the power tussle in cyberspace between the US and China, as well as the analysis of the factors influencing cyber politics in the bilateral relations from the perspectives of strategy, discourse and trust, this book asserts that cyberspace is rapidly becoming a new arena for the geopolitical games between the US and China. A new form of cyber geopolitics is thus emerging.  



Theoretical Perspective of Cyber Politics in International Relations

The Reality of US-China Cyber Politics: Competition, Conflict and Cooperation

Geopolitics of Cyberspace: The Essence of Cyber Politics in US-China Relations

US-China Cyber Political Issues: Ideology Expansion of America in the Context of in Cyber Politics

US-China Cyber Political Issues: Cybersecurity and Governance Issues in US-China Relations

Strategic Perspective of Cyber Political Analysis: Strategic Choices in Cyberspace for the US and China

Discourse Perspective of Cyber Political Analysis: A Case Study of the Narratives of Cyber War between the US and China

Trust Perspective in Cyber Political Analysis: Strategic Mutual Trust between the US and China in Cyberspace

The New Big Power Relations between the US and China in the Framework of a Community of a Shared Future in Cyberspace



Cuihong Cai is a professor of international relations at the Center for American Studies, Fudan University. She received her B.S. (1993) and M.S. (1996) in biophysics as well as her Ph.D (2002) in international relations from Fudan University. She also holds a B.A. (2001) in English language and literature from Shanghai International Studies University. Dr. Cai is the author ofCyberpolitics in U.S.-China Relations (English version 2021; Chinese version 2019),Political Development in the Cyber Age (2015), U.S. National Information Security Strategy (2009) andInternet and International Politics (2003) as well as several dozen articles and papers on cyber-politics, cybersecurity strategy, cyberspace governance and US-China relations.