China

How Does Neo-liberalism Explain the Likelihood of China’s Threat towards United States’ Global Hegemony in the 21st Century?

Dennyza Gabiella, ‘How Does Neo-liberalism Explain the Likelihood of China’s Threat towards United States’ Global Hegemony in the 21st Century?’ Journal of ASEAN Studies, 4(1) 2016: 20-33.

The “English School” in China: A Story of How Ideas Travel and are Transplanted

Yongjin Zhang, ‘The “English School” in China: A Story of How Ideas Travel and are Transplanted’, IR Working Paper 2000/4, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research

Analysing the Impact of International Sanctions on China

Peter Van Ness, ‘Analysing the Impact of International Sanctions on China’, IR Working Paper 1989/4, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific Stu

The Changing Central Balance and Australian Policy

Coral Bell, ‘The Changing Central Balance and Australian Policy’, IR Working Paper 1989/1, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific Studies, Aust

China as a Third World State: Foreign Policy and Official National Identity

Peter Van Ness, ‘China as a Third World State: Foreign Policy and Official National Identity’, IR Working Paper 1991-5, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research Sc

The Practice of Common Security: China’s Borders with Russia and India

Gary Klintworth, ‘The Practice of Common Security: China’s Borders with Russia and India’, IR Working Paper 1993/1, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School

China’s Public Order Crisis and Its Strategic Implications

Greg Austin, ‘China’s Public Order Crisis and Its Strategic Implications’, IR Working Paper 1994/10, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and

Why Tensions Are Rising Between Vietnam and China

Hunter Marston, ‘Why Tensions Are Rising Between Vietnam and China’, Foreign Affairs, 15 August 2017.

How Trump can Avoid War with China

Nicholas Borroz and Hunter Marston, ‘How Trump can Avoid War with China’, Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, 4(3) 2017: 613-20.

China, Development, and Bretton Woods: The Role of Shared Ideas in Order Transition

Transitions in order are not only products of transitions in power, but also products of transitions in shared ideas. This seminar examines the role of shared ideas through the lens of China’s involvement in shaping the transition to a post-World War II economic order at Bretton Woods. Drawing on new Chinese-language archival materials, the seminar focuses on how and with what success China sought to shape global ideas about three interlocking strands of thinking at Bretton Woods: development, the role of the state in the domestic economy, and managed multilateralism.

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