Understanding Chinese and U.S. Crisis Behavior

  title={Understanding Chinese and U.S. Crisis Behavior},
  author={Xinbo Wu},
  journal={The Washington Quarterly},
  pages={61 - 76}
  • Xinbo Wu
  • Published 4 December 2007
  • Business
  • The Washington Quarterly
Lessons learned about contrasting Chinese and U.S. characteristics of crisis behavior from the 1999 embassy bombing and the 2001 mid-air collision can help both sides to deal with future crises better. 
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