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Thursday, Apr 27, 2017
by dsuchens
It brings me great excitement to announce that we are having elections for PUCC Director's Roles (2017-2018) scheduled for Monday, May 8th, at 8:00pm! I have attached a PDF document detailing how elections will work, how to run, and positions open for election.   
Thursday, Apr 27, 2017
by dsuchens
Part I and II of this conclusion to our series on Hainan’s maritime militia discussed the Hainan Provincial Military District (MD) leadership’s
Thursday, Apr 27, 2017
by dsuchens
The Contemporary China Graduate Colloquium will be meeting tomorrow, 4/27, in Wallace 366 at 6 PM. Our speaker this week will be Grace Tien, Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Sociology. As always, dinner will be served.
Thursday, Apr 27, 2017
by dsuchens
The China Social Impact Project (CSIP) is a new student organization that seeks to connect a group of Princeton students with top social entrepreneurs in China and empower them to strategically advise our partnering social enterprises. 
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by dsuchens
Abstract: If “militarisation” is defined as an act of deploying military assets to pursue wider strategic ends, then all players of the South China Sea disputes have engaged in some forms of militarisation.
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by dsuchens
There was an elephant in the room at the recently concluded Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Manila as well as at the East Asia Summit (EAS) and other ASEAN-based meetings in Kuala Lumpur last month: the quiet, potential sway of China-centered initiatives and arrangements on the future of Asian architecture, amid the increasing
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by dsuchens
Abstract: Since 2012, China’s assertion of its sovereignty claim to the contested Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands has significantly raised the risk of a potentially escalatory political-military crisis with Japan.
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by dsuchens
Abstract: Post-Cold War, balancing theory has fallen on “hard times.” A question of crucial importance for 21st-century peace and stability concerns how Asia–Pacific secondary states are responding militarily to China's rise.
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by dsuchens
Abstract: Identities have been viewed as determining Taiwan’s China policy, but this article argues that identities cannot explain Taipei’s China policy without reference to rationality. The article develops a theoretical framework that synthesises identities and rationality and examines Taipei’s cross-Strait exchange programs.
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by dsuchens
As the frequency and scope of China’s paramilitary and military presence activities in the East and South China Seas have increased in the last few years, officials and analysts inside and outside China have worried more and more about the potential for military crises erupting between China and other actors.

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