12 Jul 2011
New Imperial China
Author: Masako Ikegami
East-West Center (EWC)
In this Bulletin, the author asserts that China's current strategy is to build up an international coalition, mostly consisting of non-democratic states, that challenges US hegemony.
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Central European Journal of International and Security Studies, Vol 5, Issue 2
Author: Nelli Babayan, Stefano Braghiroli, Dean Carroll, Shavkat Kasymov, Miron Lakomy, Radana Makariusová, Yossi Mann, Tomáš Rohrbacher, Martina Jeníčková
Central European Journal of International and Security Studies (CEJISS)
Legitimacy is the loose theme of this issue of the Central European Journal of International and Security Studies.
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How Empires Emerge
Author: Morten Skumsrud Andersen
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)
Nexon and Wright (2007) have shown how classical social network analysis and newer relational sensibilities can be combined in ideal typical ways to make sense of the governing logics of empires.
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Journeys Beyond the West
Author: L H M Ling
Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA) /
New School, New York, US
Novice Lee ("Frank") seeks world peace and thinks he has found it in the liberal world order.
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Author: Akihito Kudo, Toshihiro Higuchi, Kazuhiko Yago, Kiyohiko Sugiyama, Toyomi Asano
Slavic Research Center (SRC)
In this collection, five Japanese historians try to present new perspectives in studying four historical empires - the French, Japanese, Russian, and Qin Empires.
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CASD CeMiSS Quarterly Winter 2010
Author: Giacomo Cimetta Goldkorn, Lucio Martino, Paolo Quercia, Maria Egizia Gattamorta, Andrea Grazioso, Nunziante Mastrolia, Lorenzo Striuli, Lorena Di Placido, Fausto Biloslavo, Valerio Bosco
Centro Alti Studi per la Difesa (CASD)
This issue addresses various topics ranging from Egypt and the Mubarak regime in 2011, transatlantic relations, and developments in southeastern Europe and the African continent in 2011.
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African Security Review, Vol 18 No 2
Author: Constanze Schellhaas, Annette Seegers, Bernard N Owusu-Sekyere, Terwase Samson, Titus Agwanda, Geoff Harris, David Zounmenou, Lindy Heinecken, Denise Garcia, Eric Rosand, Alistair Miller, Jason Ipe, Rexon T Nting, Mxolisi Makinana
Institute for Security Studies (ISS)
This edition of the African Security Review focuses on issues relating to building and securing peace on the African Continent.
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