David C. Kang’s <em>China Rising: Peace, Power, and Order in East Asia</em>

David C. Kang's China Rising: Peace, Power, and Order in East Asia

by David C. Kang, Jalal Alamgir, Evelyn Goh, Ellen L. Frost, Bin Yu, Peter Van Ness, and Christopher P. Twomey
July 1, 2008

Review essays by Evelyn Goh, Ellen L. Frost, Christopher P. Twomey, Jalal Alamgir, Bin Yu, and Peter Van Ness are followed by a response from the author, David C. Kang.

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Power, Interest, and Identity: Reviving the Sinocentric Hierarchy in East Asia
Evelyn Goh

Shifting the Burden of Proof
Ellen L. Frost

Balancing Identity and Reality
Christopher P. Twomey

Applied Constructivism Rising
Jalal Alamgir

China’s Rise and the West’s Bias
Bin Yu

Anticipating the Unexpected
Peter Van Ness

Author’s Response: Ideas and Power in East Asian International Relations
David C. Kang

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