Hierarchy, Balancing, and Empirical Puzzles in Asian International Relations

@article{Kang2004HierarchyBA,
  title={Hierarchy, Balancing, and Empirical Puzzles in Asian International Relations},
  author={David C. Kang},
  journal={International Security},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={165-180}
}
  • David C. Kang
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • International Security
In my article entitled “Getting Asia Wrong,” I make two major arguments.1 First, European-derived theories in general and realist theories in particular frequently have difaculty explaining Asian international relations. Second, international relations scholars need to be as careful about issues of empirical testing and theoretical rigor when studying Asia as they are when studying Europe. In a reply to my article, Amitav Acharya agrees with both of these claims while also critiquing my essay… Expand
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  • Political Science
  • Japanese Journal of Political Science
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