The “Indo-Pacific”: Intellectual Origins and International Visions in Global Contexts – ERRATUM

@article{Li2022TheI,
  title={The “Indo-Pacific”: Intellectual Origins and International Visions in Global Contexts – ERRATUM},
  author={Hansong Li},
  journal={Modern Intellectual History},
  year={2022},
  volume={19},
  pages={834 - 834}
}
  • Hansong Li
  • Published 4 June 2021
  • Political Science
  • Modern Intellectual History
As the “Indo-Pacific” concept gains currency in public discourses on foreign policy, it remains poorly understood as an idea, due to inadequate surveys of its intellectual origins and international visions in global contexts. This article studies Karl Haushofer's theory of the “Indo-Pacific” as an organic and integral space primed for political consciousness. Haushofer not only laid the oceanographic foundation of the “Indo-Pacific” with novel evidence in marine sciences, ethnography, and… 

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