Knowledge, Desire and Power in Global Politics

  title={Knowledge, Desire and Power in Global Politics},
  author={C. Pan},
  • C. Pan
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
Knowledge, Desire and Power in Global Politics is the first systematic and deconstructive analysis of contemporary Western representation of China’s rise. Setting itself apart from the mainstream empiricist literature, its critical interpretative approach and unconventional and innovative perspective will not only strongly appeal to academics, students and the broader reading public, but also likely spark debate in the field of Chinese international relations. 
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