J OF CHIN POLIT SCI (2018) 23:299–300 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11366-018-9545-8 BOOK REVIEW Scott Kennedy, ed. Global Governance and China: The Dragon’s Learning Curve (New York: Routledge, 2018), 289p. $43.95 paperback. 1,2 Kai Sun Published online: 12 March 2018 Journal of Chinese Political Science/Association of Chinese Political Studies 2018 Driven by the rapid development of its economy, China increasingly engages with the world, especially in institutions of global economic governance. China’s engagement in global economic institutions over the past 30 years is destined to have huge impact on China itself and on the evolution of those global institutions. This is not a static or passive process, so it is timely to evaluate and draw some lessons from this engagement process. Scott Kennedy’sedited volume Global Governance and China: The Dragon’s Learning Curve analyzes China’s participation in global governance through the lens of learning, which offers fresh and insightful analysis of the dynamic process of China’s engagement with global governance institutions. A pressing question about China’s increasing engagement in global economic institutions is Bwhether China is being effectively integrated into the global system or whether China is undermining the global order to fit its interests^.Toanswerthis question, the chapters covers a variety of issue areas,
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