China’s Assertive Behavior – Part Two: The Maritime Periphery
Author(s)Swaine, Michael D.; Fravel, M. Taylor
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In CLM 32, we examined how both Chinese and outside observers look at China’s growing assertiveness on the international stage, that is, the purely perceptual dimensions of the issue. In CLM 34, we assessed whether, to what extent, and in what manner the Chinese government is becoming more assertive in defining and promoting the concept of “core interests.”
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Political Science
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Swaine, Michael D. and M. Taylor Fravel. "China’s Assertive Behavior—Part Two: The Maritime Periphery." China Leadership Monitor 35 (2011) p.1-29.
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