Globalized Authoritarianism: The Expansion of the Chinese Surveillance Apparatus

Adrian Kreutz • Apr 3 2020 • Articles

The expansion hypothesis is verified by the expansion of the Chinese surveillance technology. This threatens liberal democracy through the accumulation of illiberal acts.

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

Tsunghan Wu • Mar 28 2019 • Articles

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

Reflecting on Intercultural Learning in Study Abroad

Andrea Paras and Lynne Mitchell • Jun 6 2016 • Articles

Investing adequate resources to the promotion of improved intercultural competence in study abroad students is not a luxury, but a necessity.

Edited Collection – Restoring Indigenous Self-Determination: Theoretical and Practical Approaches

E-International Relations • Oct 12 2015 • Features

Indigenous peoples find themselves locked in power struggles with states and transnational actors who resist their claims, raising important questions in theory and practice.

To Be, or Not to Be [Reincarnated] – That Is The [Political] Question

John A. Rees • Apr 1 2015 • Articles

Most often, what we think we know about the predictabilities of religious behavior is confounded by political events and the role that religious actors play within them.

China & the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: The Tibetan Case

Michael C. Davis • May 27 2014 • Articles

Until China acknowledges its international obligations and stops using sovereignty as a shield, the deplorable human rights situation in Tibet seems destined to continue.

Tibetan Self-Determination: A Stark Choice for an Abandoned People

Rob Dickinson • May 18 2014 • Articles

Tibetans have been abandoned to their fate. Neither the USA nor Russia wish to set the agenda and engage directly with China over self-rule for the indigenous Tibetans.

The Continuing Salience of Tibet for Sino-Indian Relations

Manjeet Singh Pardesi • Sep 24 2012 • Articles

Unrest in Tibet carries huge implications for Sino-Indian relations and Indian foreign policy, which is important in part because next month marks the 50th anniversary of the 1962 Sino-Indian War.

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