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Confucian Geopolitics: Chinese Geopolitical Imaginations of the US War on Terror

@inproceedings{An2019ConfucianGC,
  title={Confucian Geopolitics: Chinese Geopolitical Imaginations of the US War on Terror},
  author={Ning An},
  year={2019}
}
  • Ning An
  • Published 9 December 2019
  • Political Science
This thesis contributes to the literature of critical geopolitics. Based on the exploration of existing studies of critical geopolitics, in this thesis I first argue that this body of literature only presents a partial picture of the world from the perspective of political geographies. While it does offer a solidly critical stance in the investigation of how spatiality influences the exercise of power, it also has certain limitations from ontological and epistemological perspectives. Many… 
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