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Archive – November 2012

CWP Postdoctoral Fellow Xiaoyu Pu recently publiished an article in the Chinese Journal of International Politics on the socialization of international norms by emerging powers. Most existing studies of socialization in international relation literature conceptualize socialisation as a one-way process, and such a conceptualization blinds us from understanding the complex interactions between emerging powers and international norms. The spread of international norms is not a one-way process in w
The U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission released its 2012 Report to Congress this month.  This year’s report covers recent developments in the U.S.-China trade and economic relationship; the role of state-owned enterprises in China, the U.S.-China trade and investment relationship, recent developments in China’s military, China’s cyber capabilities, developments in China’s nuclear and strategic abilities, China in the South China Sea, Taiwan, Hong Kong
The New York Times presents a fact chart on the new leaders of China.
In the Wall Street Journal China Real Time Report, former CWP Fellow Professor Andrew Erickson writes on the implications of China's second stealth fighter test flight.  He reports that China has successfully tested its J-31 stealth fighter prototype this week.  You can find videos and photos online on the China Real Time Report site.
CWP Postdoctoral Fellow, Dr. Dawn Murphy, recently co-wrote a chapter with renowned China scholar David Shambaugh on US-China interactions in the Middle East, Africa, Europe, and Latin America in an edited volume entitled Tangled Titans. Tangled Titans offers a current and comprehensive assessment of the most important relationship in international affairs—that between the United States and China. How the relationship evolves will have a defining impact on the future of world politics, th