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Interview – Jonna Nyman

Interview – Jonna Nyman

Jonna Nyman discusses the ‘energy security paradox’, energy securitisation, her fieldwork in China and current research that seeks to understand security beyond the West.

How Long Will the Dragon Wait? China and the Retrocession of Taiwan

How Long Will the Dragon Wait? China and the Retrocession of Taiwan

The intent of China gaining Taiwan is a sacrosanct part of politico-policy and therefore China will retain its ‘total war’ attitude to the crisis. 

Malawi and the One China Policy: 1964–2008

Malawi and the One China Policy: 1964–2008

Using Malawi as a case study, can economics account for why Taiwan has seemingly lost in the diplomatic battle for recognition against China in Africa?

The Transnational in China’s Foreign Policy: The Case of Sino-Japanese Relations

The Transnational in China’s Foreign Policy: The Case of Sino-Japanese Relations

Relations between the People’s Republic of China and Japan seem to display a plethora of unresolved issues that strain the ties between the two countries.

Evolution of Sino-Japanese Relations: Implications for Northeast Asia and Beyond

Evolution of Sino-Japanese Relations: Implications for Northeast Asia and Beyond

China and Japan regularly hold bilateral talks and participate in multilateral discussions about regional cooperation, but trust deficits keep the two nations apart.

Mechanisms Behind Diffusion of Democracy in the Pearl River Delta Region

Mechanisms Behind Diffusion of Democracy in the Pearl River Delta Region

Despite their limited resources, promoters of democracy in Hong Kong and Taiwan may still have a democratising impact on some sections of Mainland China’s society.

Chinese Diplomacy in Africa: Constructing the Security-Development Nexus

Chinese Diplomacy in Africa: Constructing the Security-Development Nexus

China has socialised African leaders into a narrative of South-South cooperation that calls for increased cooperation and legitimises the security-development nexus.

Becoming a ‘Responsible Power’?: China’s New Role During the JCPOA Negotiations

Becoming a ‘Responsible Power’?: China’s New Role During the JCPOA Negotiations

When U.N. requirements were not met by Iran, China allowed stricter sanctions to be passed. Each time, China’s goal was to have Iran come back to the negotiating table.

The Changing Security Dimension of China’s Relations with Xinjiang

The Changing Security Dimension of China’s Relations with Xinjiang

China acknowledges the threat to Xinjiang’s stability and blames hostile foreign forces for backing the spreading of democratic values and the insurgency in Xinjiang.

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Can China Link the Belt and Road Initiative by Rail?

The CRC has the capacity to leverage its production capacity against international competitors, and the state can thusly help the CRC in ensuring implementation success.

Rival Securitising Attempts in the Democratisation of Hong Kong

Rival Securitising Attempts in the Democratisation of Hong Kong

The Chinese “one country, two systems” principle is politically threatened by two emerging securitising attempts throughout the democratisation of Hong Kong.

China’s Nation-Building Strategies and United Front Work for Tibetan Leadership

China’s Nation-Building Strategies and United Front Work for Tibetan Leadership

China must revisit its strategies and exploring alternative means will be necessary in order to successfully attain national integration and a multi-ethnic China.

New Perspectives on China’s Relations with the World

New Perspectives on China’s Relations with the World

This book explores new trends and themes in Chinese foreign policy, offering a multitude of new perspectives on China’s interactions and activities throughout the world.

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