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1. Estados Unidos y África. Historia de una no-política

2. China en África: Objetivos, instrumentos e implicaciones estratégicas

3. The Real U.S.-China 5G Contest is Just Getting Started

4. China and Sri Lanka’s Debt Crisis: Belt and Road Initiative Blowback

5. Through the Lenses of Morality and Responsibility: BRICS, Climate Change and Sustainable Development

6. Beyond Geopolitics: A Geoeconomic Perspective of China-Iran Belt and Road Initiative Relations

7. China's Development Assistance to the Western Balkans and Its Impact on Democratic Governance and Decision-Making

8. Manifestations of Chinese Development Aid and Its Hidden Meanings

9. Sustainable Development of Chitral: A CPEC Perspective

10. China’s Deepening Diplomatic and Economic Engagement in Afghanistan


12. New Silk Road – An Opportunity for the Development of Rail Container Transport in Poland?

13. The (Re)emergence of the BRICS and the Reorganization of Power in Contemporary Geopolitics

14. The domestic risk of Chinese partnerships: cross-conditionality and coalition building

15. China’s 2020 Economic Agenda: Maintaining Stability Amid Flux

16. China’s Future Development: Challenges and Opportunities

17. China's Global Power and Development: The Made in China 2025 Policy

18. INSTC vs. BRI: The India-China Competition Over the Port of Chabahar and Infrastructure in Asia

19. The Belt and Road Initiative Still Afloat in South Asia

20. Chinese Economy under Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping


22. Risky Business: A Case Study of PRC Investment in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan

23. Can China Realize Africa’s Dream of an East-West Transport Link?

24. Exploring the Awareness of China Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Stakeholder’s Perspective

25. Go Global, Meet the Locals: Pragmatism, Plunder, and AntiChinese Populism in Africa

26. Journal of Public and International Affairs 2017

27. Structure and Agency in International Relations: State-Building and the Evolution of the International Political System

28. China’s Overseas Military Base in Djibouti: Features, Motivations, and Policy Implications

29. Manila’s Pivot Toward Beijing

30. China’s Interests and Challenges in South Asia

31. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Road to Development and its Challenges

32. The Politics of Interdependence: A Case of ChinaPakistan Economic Corridor

33. Taiwan Sets a New Direction

34. Friction and Cooperation Advance Simultaneously

35. BRICS As a Transregional Advocacy Coalition

36. The Chinese People's Liberation Army 'Post-modern' Navy

37. Mark Toufayan, Emmanuelle Tourme-Jouannet, Hélène Ruiz Fabri (eds). Droit international et nouvelles approches sur le tiers-monde: entre répétition et renouveau [International Law and New Approaches to the Third World: Between Repetition and Renewal]

38. The Belt and Road initiative: connecting China and Central Europe

39. Blowing from the East

40. Migration from China to Slovakia

41. KMT Disarray Shapes Campaign

42. Learning the Ropes

43. Sino-African Encounters in Ghana and Nigeria: From Conflict to Conviviality and Mutual Benefit

44. Breakout Nations: In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles

45. The Everlasting Empire: The Political Culture of Ancient China and Its Imperial Legacy

46. 'Doing some things' in the Xi Jinping era: the United Nations as China's venue of choice

47. Online Consultation and Citizen Feedback in Chinese Policymaking

48. Beware Collusion of China, Russia

49. The EU's Security Policy Towards Africa: Causes, Rationales and Dynamics

50. The candidates' policy platforms

51. The Dynamic Change in China and Russia's Military Diplomacy

52. Regionalism in Asia as Disguised Multilateralism: A Critical Analysis of the East Asia Summit and the Trans-Pacific Partnership

53. Much in Common

54. Memo to Washington: China's Growing Presence in Latin America

55. Going Places?

56. China's Global Rise

57. Chinese (Un)official Development Aid

58. West is Best?

59. International Relations studies in Asia: distinctive trajectories

60. Development of International Relations theory in China: progress through debates

61. US-China Relations: Pomp and Substance: Hu's State Visit to the US

62. The Other BRIC in Latin America: India

63. China and the United States: a succession of hegemonies?

64. International relations studies in China: history, trends, and prospects

65. How External Intervention Made the Sovereign State

66. The Leadership Secrets of Bismarck

67. Interdependency Theory: China, India and the West

68. China-Southeast Asia Relations

69. China-Korea Relations

70. Japan-China Relations

71. China-Taiwan Relations

72. South Korea-North Korea Relations

73. The Geography of Chinese Power

74. Top of the Class

75. The Chinese Communist Party: Recruiting and Controlling the New Elites

76. U.S.-China Relations

77. Privatization, Efficiency, Gender, Development, and Inequality—Transnational Conflicts Over Access to Water and Sanitation

78. China-Southeast Asia Relations

79. Japan-China Relations

80. The International Politics of the Chinese Arms Embargo Issue