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“…Yet does China’s recent growth, indicating a power shift reducing the huge US advantage, necessarily mean that it is balancing the United States? Some analysts consider one country’s relative power gain to have the effect of necessarily balancing another country (Art 2005/06; Ross 2006). 11 Naturally, balancing policies may not achieve balanced power as an outcome, and a situation of power becoming more balanced may come about as a result of states’ internal conditions and without deliberate policies to balance (for example, Nexon 2009).…”
Section: Asian Scholars’ Divergent Viewsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Yet does China’s recent growth, indicating a power shift reducing the huge US advantage, necessarily mean that it is balancing the United States? Some analysts consider one country’s relative power gain to have the effect of necessarily balancing another country (Art 2005/06; Ross 2006). 11 Naturally, balancing policies may not achieve balanced power as an outcome, and a situation of power becoming more balanced may come about as a result of states’ internal conditions and without deliberate policies to balance (for example, Nexon 2009).…”
Section: Asian Scholars’ Divergent Viewsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Such a distinction is crucial to the ongoing debate about backlash against the United States after it invaded Iraq. Analysts writing about other states’ disposition to “soft balance” against the United States draw attention to not necessarily the preponderance of US power as the motivation for their behavior, but rather to Washington’s policies that have had this blowback effect (for example, Art 2005/06; Pape 2005; Paul 2005). Walt (2005) argued forcefully that other states respond not so much to how much power is possessed by the United States, but rather to how the United States has used or intends to use its power.…”
Section: Contested Explanations Of East Asian Behaviormentioning
confidence: 99%
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