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American Images of China: Identity, Power, Policy
The United States and China are arguably the most globally consequential actors of the early twenty first century, and look set to remain so into the foreseeable future. This volume seeks toExpand
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International Organization and Global Governance
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‘Threatening’ China and US security: the international politics of identity
  • Oliver Turner
  • Sociology
  • Review of International Studies
  • 8 February 2013
Abstract China's increasing capabilities are a central focus of modern day US security concerns. The International Relations literature is a key forum for analyses of the so-called ‘China threat’ andExpand
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‘Finishing the Job’: the UN Special Committee on Decolonization and the politics of self-governance
Abstract This article examines the modern day role and purpose of the UN Special Committee on Decolonization. Since its establishment in the 1960s the Committee has helped numerable former coloniesExpand
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Global Britain and the Narrative of Empire
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The US 'Pivot' to the Asia Pacific
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Neoconservatism as discourse: Virtue, power and US foreign policy
Neoconservatism in US foreign policy is a hotly contested subject, yet most scholars broadly agree on what it is and where it comes from. From a consensus that it first emerged around the 1960s,Expand
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Subcontracting, facilitating and qualities of regional power: the UK’s partial pivot to Asia
This article explores the UK’s foreign policy “pivot” to Asia, a decade after its tentative beginnings. This pivot is understood to be Britain’s planned redirection of attention and resources to AsiaExpand
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Morality and progress: IR narratives on international revisionism and the status quo
Abstract Scholars debate the ambitions and policies of today’s ‘rising powers’ and the extent to which they are revising or upholding the international status quo. While elements of the relevantExpand
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China's Recovery: Why the Writing was Always on the Wall
China has been a major power for far longer than is typically acknowledged in the West. This paper seeks to redress established discourse of China as a ?rising? power which now enjoys common usageExpand
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