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Chinese nationalism in the global era
Introduction: Chinese Nationalism in the Global Era 1. The Globalization of Nationalism Under 'Reform and Opening' 2. After 1989: Nationalism and the New Global Elite 3. Globalization and itsExpand
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Taiwan and Chinese Nationalism: National Identity and Status in International Society
For China, Taiwan is next in line to be unified with the People's Republic after Hong Kong in 1997. China's claim on Taiwan is of great importance to the politics of Chinese Nationalism, and isExpand
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China and the Internet : Politics of the Digital Leap Forward
Christopher R. Hughes and Gudrun Wacker Introduction: China's Digital Leap Forward 1. Xiudian Dai ICTs in China's Development Strategy 2. Karsten Giese Internet Growth and the Digital Divide 3.Expand
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Nationalism and multilateralism in Chinese foreign policy: implications for Southeast Asia
Abstract One of Michael Leifer's main fears for the future role of ASEAN arose from the spectre of a rising nationalistic China. This article assesses whether recent developments have borne out thoseExpand
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Reclassifying Chinese Nationalism: the geopolitik turn
This article assesses the rise of China by exploring a number of recent popular Chinese political texts to go beyond explanations that take the international system as the level of analysis. ItExpand
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Interpreting Nationalist Texts: a post-structuralist approach
This article critically appraises the narrative of nationalist resurgence in China in the 1990s that structures much of the secondary literature on Chinese politics since Tiananmen. Adopting aExpand
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Harmony and Discord in China's Africa Strategy: Some Implications for Foreign Policy
Abstract This article examines the challenges faced by Beijing in managing this increasingly complex relationship, reflecting upon the structural factors that encourage harmony and introduce discordExpand
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Controlling the Internet Architecture within Greater China
Since U.S. Secretary of State James Baker heralded the end of the Cold War in the Asia-Pacific with the earlier mentioned statement,2 the idea that the globalization of Information and CommunicationExpand
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Negotiating national identity in Taiwan: between nativisation and de-sinicisation
LSE has developed LSE Research Online so that users may access research output of the School. Copyright © and Moral Rights for the papers on this site are retained by the individual authors and/orExpand
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Confucius Institutes and the University: Distinguishing the Political Mission from the Cultural
The rapid spread of Confucius Institutes (CI) around the world has received growing attention from both critics and admirers. The former question whether it is right for organizations funded andExpand
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