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THE PLA IN CHINA’S FOREIGN AND SECURITY POLICY-MAKING: DRIVERS, MECHANISM AND INTERACTIONS
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-08-11)
Abstract This dissertation develops a “dynamic bargaining” thesis, in which a two-level bargaining game among three actors (the Chinese Communist Party (Party), the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), and the civilian foreign ...
THE FUTURE OF ASIA: CHINA’S NOSTALGIC ASPIRATIONS FOR PRIMACY AND GREAT POWER STATUS
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-01-08)
East Asia especially has benefitted enormously from the global security umbrella provided by the United States (U.S.) since World War II. Open sea lanes and trade routes have provided free and open access to world markets. ...
THE IMPLICATIONS OF CHINA’S APPLICATION OF ITS VIEWS ON SOVEREIGNTY TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-05-27)
Despite efforts to codify a new conception of sovereignty limited by international law and norms, China has retained the traditional view of sovereignty that gives it absolute control within its territory and prohibits all ...
Cyberspace Implications for U.S. Domain Warfare and Sino Relations
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-01-17)
The predominate cyber discourse has focused on the impact of information theft as it relates to personal banking and financial data with occasional journalistic exploration of cyber enabled industrial and defense related ...
China's Environmental Security Challenge: Policy Options in an Environmental Crisis
(Johns Hopkins University, 2015-05-06)
China’s economic reforms over the last three decades have been monumentally successful, so much so that China now directly challenges the unipolar structure of the current international system. China’s ascent into ...