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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.
Tuesday, Apr 25, 2017
by dsuchens
In recent years, it has become increasingly common in US media, pundit, and academic circles to describe the diplomacy of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) as newly or increasingly assertive.1 Some observers have even suggested that this new assertiveness refects a fundamental shift in Chinese diplomacy away from Beijing’s more status quo–ori
Wednesday, Apr 19, 2017
by dsuchens
CISS Policy Series presents: The Western Pacific: Upheaval or Status Quo? Vice Admiral Scott Van Buskirk, USN (Ret)
Monday, Apr 17, 2017
by dsuchens
Scott L. Kastner is Associate Professor in the Department of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Monday, Apr 17, 2017
by dsuchens
Manjari Chatterjee Miller is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Frederick S.
Monday, Apr 17, 2017
by dsuchens
IS CHINA PULLING ITS WEIGHT IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM?
Monday, Apr 17, 2017
by dsuchens
Washington must address the challenges associated with political transition to better mitigate the various risks associated with the liberal democratization of its East Asian partners.
Monday, Apr 17, 2017
by dsuchens
The Center for International Security Studies (CISS), Princeton's home for the study of national and international security, invites students of all backgrounds to apply for the 2017-2018 CISS Student Fellows Program. We welcome returning students of all interests and class years, undergraduate and graduate, to apply.

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