Title

China and the institutionalization of the Shanghai cooperation organization

Document Type

Journal article

Source Publication

Problems of Post-Communism

Publication Date

9-2006

Volume

53

Issue

5

First Page

3

Last Page

14

Abstract

The article focuses on the role of China in the establishment of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). The SCO seeks to disseminate the Chinese foreign policy, reproduce the Chinese norms, and serve its business in the former Communist countries. By supporting the SCO, China is seeking to forge collaborative relationships with neighboring countries in post-communist Central Asia. China has been creating economic collaborations and security arrangements, in its role in the SCO.

DOI

10.2753/PPC1075-8216530501

Print ISSN

10758216

E-ISSN

1557783X

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Recommended Citation

Chung, C. P. (2006). China and the institutionalization of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization. Problems of Post-Communism, 53(5), 3-14. doi: 10.2753/PPC1075-8216530501