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Medical Protests in China: How China's One-Party System Adapts to Social Conflict
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-04-25)
Over the past two decades, protests and violence have become increasingly common ways for Chinese patients and families to settle their disputes with hospitals. There are likely hundreds of thousands of these incidents ...
WRESTLING WITH THE CENTRAL STATE: COMPARATIVE ETHNIC REGIONAL AUTONOMY IN CHINA AND RUSSIA
(Johns Hopkins University, 2018-06-26)
This dissertation compares ethnically-based identity politics in two constitutionally-defined multi-ethnic states, China and Russia, by focusing upon one type of prescriptive institution, territorially-based formal autonomy ...