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McCormick; American Domestic Politics, Public Opinion and the South China Sea Disputes. (Complete)
Calata; Foreign Classrooms in Our Native Land: Reconfiguring Philippine International Relations through the Development of Nationalist’s Consciousness and Education. (Needs Paper!)
Onderco; Norms and Network-Building in Diplomatic Conferences. (Needs Paper!)
Yiath; Peaceful and Prosperous Society through Education and Innovation. (Needs Paper!)
Wang; Reconciliation without Convergence? China-Taiwan Relations in Comparative and Theoretical Perspectives. (Complete)
Rose-Jensen; "We Need a Solution!": Rightful Resistance and Land Conflict in Cambodia. (Needs Paper!)
Jayman; (Re)considering Japan’s ‘Pacifism’ in Eastern Asia as ‘Global Public Goods’ Provision: Avoiding a 50 Year Crisis and Engaging Pathways to Regional Peace. (Complete)
Farley; ‘Foreign Friends’: Chinese ‘Friendship’ Propaganda Home and Abroad. (Needs Paper!)
Ogwang; ‘Resources for Infrastructures Deals’ in Africa: Analysis of Chinese Companies Operations in Extractive Industries in Uganda. (Complete)
Bailey; ‘The ‘Clash of Exceptionalisms’: Identity and Sino-American Relations in the 21st Century’. (Complete)
Gamas; “Beneath Champa:” Locating Butuan in the International System of the 11th Century. (Needs Paper!)
Mansour; “Caught in a Web of Regional Rivalries: Tunisia’s Strategic Distance as a Foreign Policy Coping Strategy”. (Needs Paper!)
Thompson; “Humpty Dumpty Had a Great Fall: Making Sense of Longer-term Ups and Downs in Middle Eastern Politics and Rivalries” . (Needs Paper!)
Roberts; “Our Friends Don’T Understand Our Policies And Our Situation”: The Informal “Us-China Dialogue’ Of The Early 1990S. (Complete)
Ikeo; “Rapid Militarization in Okinawa: The Anti-Base Construction Movement and Sacrifice of Everyday Life. (Needs Paper!)
Volgy; “Rivalries in Comparative Regional Perspective: A Crucial Fault Line Within Regions”. (Needs Paper!)
Watanabe; A Borderless Territory? Daitoa Chiseigaku and its Geopolitical Imagination. (Needs Paper!)
Nuñez-Mietz; A Consent-Based System? The Judicial Creation of International LGBT Rights against State Consent. (Needs Paper!)
Chanrochanakit; A Decade of Deformed Constitutionalism: Thai-style Judicialization and the Problem of Parliamentary Supremacy. (Needs Paper!)
Yoo; A Multilevel Analysis of the Impact of the Democratic School Climate on the Social Trust and the Intention of Future Political Participation in Asia Countries. (Complete)
Florini & Pauli; A New Era of Governance? Collaborative Governance for Sustainable Development. Insights from South-East Asia.. (Complete)
Wilkins; A 'Pacific Century' or an 'Asian Century'? Contesting Ideologies at Work. (Needs Paper!)
Spiliopoulos & Cuban; A Relatively Short History of Filipino Nurse Migration to the UK: Mapping Historical Movement of Migrant Nurses from Southeast Asia to the West and Examining their Agency and Positioning in the Contemporary British Political/Societal Landscape. (Complete)
de Carvalho & Kustermans; A Social Structure of International Relations: Conformity, Deviancy and Defiance. (Complete)
Lee & Choi; A Study of the Relationship between Social Capital and Official Development Assistance: Focused on Japan’s ODA to Vietnam . (Complete)
Moore; A Tale of Two Political Economies: Leveraging International Political Economy and Global Political Economy Approaches to Better Understand and Assess China’s “Rise” within the Context of a Pacific Century . (Complete)
Morrow; A Theory of Multilateral Treaty Negotiations: The Case of the ICC. (Needs Paper!)
Gleditsch et. al.; Acting on Threats or Afraid To Act? A Survey Experiments on Threats, Costs and Support for Military Action. (Needs Paper!)
Green; Activating Intolerance: How Rising Levels of Authoritarianism and the Threat of War Affect Foreign Policy Attitudes in China. (Complete)
Webersik & Rod; Addressing the Gap Between Local Disaster Perceptions and Measured Disaster Risk: Evidence from Climate Change-Affected Atoll Island Communities. (Needs Paper!)
Perkuhn; After Harmony? The Crucial Role of China to the Pacific Century. (Complete)
Solomon-Schwartz; All the Senate's Women: Gender and Group Decision-Making in U.S. Legislative Bodies. (Needs Paper!)
Chu et. al.; Alliance Resilience: Experimental Evidence on China, U.S., and the Two Koreas. (Needs Paper!)
Von Hagen-Jamar; Alliances and Repression. (Complete)
Tow; Alliances, Partnerships and Architectures: Confronting a Historical Crossroads?. (Complete)
Qian; Alternative Aid Source, Bargaining Power, and Compliance with Aid Conditionality . (Complete)
Cheng; American Image of China in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. (Needs Paper!)
Narine; American Soft Power and the Asian Pivot. (Complete)
Kumar; An Ancient Vision on the Contemporary Geopolitical Structures: Kautalya and the Indo-Pacific. (Complete)
Ridder et. al.; An Emerging Great Debate in Chinese IR? Foundations and Means of Chinese Grand Strategy and Foreign Policy in the “Pacific” 21st Century. (Needs Paper!)
Jung et. al.; An Empirical Analysis of Bilateral Investment Treaties and Their Effects on FDI: The Case of South Korea . (Needs Paper!)
Woo; Anti-Migration Sentiment and the Role of Citizenship Law. (Complete)
Brighi; Architectures of Transparency in the Global City: Urban Security and the Question of In/Visibility.. (Needs Paper!)
Kim & Roh; Are Children Punished for Their Parents’ Sins?: The Impact of the Candidate’s Family Tie to a Former Dictator on Vote Choice in Korea. (Complete)
Lungu; Arms Trade in the ASPAC region in 2010-2016: Possible Implications for Economic & Industrial Development. (Needs Paper!)
Terada; ASEAN and Strategic Regionalism in Asia: Great Power Competition and the Struggle for Relevance . (Complete)
Chen; ASEAN in the 21st Century Regionalism: Some to Learn from the TPP Agreement. (Needs Paper!)
Beeson; ASEAN’s Continuing Lack of Leadership . (Complete)
Principe; ASEAN’s role in the South China Sea Disputes. (Needs Paper!)
Koga; ASEAN's Institutional Strategy toward Power Shift: Balancing, Hedging, and Institutional Change . (Needs Paper!)
Lee; ASEAN's Relevancy to a U.S.-Led Rules-Based Regional Political Economic Order. (Needs Paper!)
Davis & Ram; Asia and the Russian Far East. (Needs Paper!)
Buchanan; Asia Pacific Arctic Interests: Convergence or Conflict? . (Needs Paper!)
Chong; Asia’s Security Competition by Proxy: Competitive HADR as a Respectable Arena?. (Complete)
Ghermandi; Asian and European Middle Powers: A Comparative Analysis on Energy Security and Naval Forces. (Complete)
Sabir; Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: China’s Divergent Approach towards Reformation. (Needs Paper!)
Pitakdumrongkit; Asia-Pacific Economic-Security Dynamics: Insights from Negotiation Analysis. (Complete)
Saovana; Asia-Pacific in the Age of Anthropocene: Changing Climate in Papua New Guinea. (Needs Paper!)
Halder; Asia-Pacific Region and the Non-Western International Relations (IR) Theory. (Needs Paper!)
Mishra; Asia-Pacific Security Order: Regional Dynamics and Strategies of Mitigating Conflict. (Needs Paper!)
Redjaboev; Asia-Pacific's Last Frontier 2.0: How Adjusting Witte's and Stolypin's Historical Policies to New Strategic Beliefs and Geopolitical Realities Are Helping in Developing Russia’s Far East? . (Needs Paper!)
Vandenbrink; Asia's Turn to Geopolitics: China and Japan in Central and Southeast Asia. (Complete)
Chand; Assessing Modi's Neighborhood First Policy: The China Factor in Indo-Nepalese Relations . (Complete)
Wijaya; Assessing Shinzo Abe's China Policy: A New Rule of Balancing? . (Complete)
Barbé; Assessing the Relevance of Practices Contestation in the United Nations Security Council Open Debates on Women, Peace and Security: European Narrative Meets Asian Approaches. (Needs Paper!)
Kurizaki; Asymmetric Alliance Obligations and Strategic Consequences. (Needs Paper!)
Joonseok; Attempts to Construction of Regional Cooperation Institutions of the R.O.K. in the Cold War: Focusing on the Cognitive Differences with Japan and Taiwan. (Complete)
Moore & Primiano; Audience Costs and China’s South China Sea Island Building . (Needs Paper!)
Bisley; Australia's Engagement of China: From Fear to Greed and Back Again. (Complete)
Andersen; Authority in International Systems: Britain’s Leadership in Balancing Europe. (Needs Paper!)
Foulon; Back to the 1990s: American Military and Economic Rebalancing to East Asia. (Complete)
Jalkebro; Ballots and Bullets: The Mindanao Peace Process, Political Change and its Consequences for Regional Peace and Stability. (Needs Paper!)
Bohnet; Between Conflict and Cohesion: Refugee-Host Relationships in Southeastern Turkey. (Complete)
Michnik; Between Engagement and Containment - The U.S. Strategic Rebalance in the Asia-Pacific. (Needs Paper!)
Park & Peh; Between Hedging and Restraint: Iranian and North Korean Nuclear Strategies in Perspective. (Complete)
Paliwal; Between Ideals and Interests: The Making of India's Myanmar Policy in the Early 1990s. (Needs Paper!)
Kubo; Between the Serbian Public and the EU: Explaining Seemingly Contradictory Actions and Statements of Serbian Politicians on the Issue of Transitional Justice and the Relationship with Neighboring Countries. (Needs Paper!)
Umar; Beyond “Imagined Community”: Reconceptualising the Origin of Nationalism and Nationhood in Southeast Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Ho; Beyond “Reconciliation”: A Pragmatist Critique of Taiwanese Implementation of Transitional Justice . (Needs Paper!)
Bruch; Beyond Livelihoods: Lessons from People Displaced by the Great East Japan Earthquake for Future Environmental Displacement. (Needs Paper!)
Chung; Beyond Partisan Cleavages: Evolution of Antinuclear Activism in Taiwan. (Needs Paper!)
Tang & Huang; Bilateral Investment Treaty and Social Governance in Southeast Asia: A Perspective of Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS). (Needs Paper!)
Nikula; Biopolitics of Global Environment. (Complete)
An & Yoo; Birth of Epistemic Community in Internet Governance: Focusing on Internet Technical Community in Asia. (Complete)
Nurmanova; Blood Thicker Than Water? Water, Ethnicity, Borders, and Violence in Fergana Valley. (Complete)
Kohama et. al.; Bombing and Mining in War: Evidence from Cambodia. (Needs Paper!)
Lowang; Borderlands as Arenas of Peace: Lessons from Bhutan-Arunachal Pradesh Border. (Complete)
Auer; Brexit, Territoriality and the European Refugee Crisis. (Complete)
Gatev; Bridging Asia and Europe in an Age of Hyper-connectivity. (Needs Paper!)
Barton; Bridging the Gaps: The Pacific Century and the New Roles to Play . (Needs Paper!)
Vu Tien; Bridging the Theoretical Gap between ‚Regionalisation‘ and ‚Regionalism‘ - An attempt to determine the Condition of Northeast Asia’s Regional Integration Process. (Complete)
Jo; Bringing Back the Normality: Anti-Militarist Norm and National Interest in Japan. (Complete)
Contessi; Building Momentum: Continental Infrastructure Projects as a Terrain for Rising Powers Policy Convergence. (Complete)
Setiyawan; Business As Usual? The Expanding Influence Of The Indonesian Military Under Jokowi. (Complete)
Chong; Buying Out, Cashing In: Non-Leading States, Aggregated Reactions, and the Problems of Power Transition. (Needs Paper!)
Murg; Cambodia's Labor Arbitration Council: Negotiation, Focal Points, and Bargaining in the Garment Sector. (Needs Paper!)
Kumar; Can Asia control the Climate Change: A Comparative Analysis of India and China’s Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs). (Needs Paper!)
Chow; Can Religion “Thicken” Transnational Human Rights? The Catholic Church’s Efforts to Abolish the Death Penalty in the Philippines and the United States. (Complete)
Li; Capital Account Liberalization in Asia-Pacific Region. (Needs Paper!)
Ella; Categorization in International Organizations: Accommodating Multilateral Cooperation Problems. (Complete)
Nurmanova; Central Asia’s Cautious Pivot to China: Preference or Necessity? . (Needs Paper!)
Ren; Changes in China’s National Security Strategy: From Deng’s “Keeping-a-Low-Profile” to Xi’s “New Type of Major Power Relationship”. (Needs Paper!)
Wang; Changes in International Order in East Asian History. (Needs Paper!)
Wani; Changing Contours of Baloch Nationalist Movement. (Complete)
Turcsanyi; Changing European Attitudes towards the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative: Seeing Old Wine through the New Bottle?. (Needs Paper!)
Pintado; Changing Power Dynamics as an Opportunity for Theoretical Innovation: The Rise of China within U.S. Hegemony. (Complete)
Bowles & MacLean; China and Asian Financial Cooperation: What Does the Future Hold? What Can the Past Tell Us?. (Complete)
Dugué-Nevers; China and Soft Power on the New Silk Road. (Needs Paper!)
Wirth & Zhihai; China and the United States in the South China Sea: International Hierarchy, Collective Memory, and the Problem of Solipsism in the ‘Pacific Century’ . (Needs Paper!)
Tsuchiya; China as a Garrison State: Civil-Military Integration and National Defense Mobilization. (Needs Paper!)
Ng; China as a Restoration Power in the 21st Century. (Needs Paper!)
Graaff; China Goes West! Transnational Networks of Chinese Business Elites and Firms Investing in Europe and the US. (Needs Paper!)
Villegas Mendoza; China in Central America: Strengthening Structural Power and Hegemony, 2010-2015. (Complete)
Jayman; China in Sri Lanka 1947 to 2015: From Comrade-in-Arms to Hegemonic Dominance?. (Needs Paper!)
Hashmi; China Pakistan Economic Corridor: Challenges, Prospects and Implications for Conflict, Peace and Economic Growth . (Needs Paper!)
Glotova & Danilin; China Searching New Ways of Development: Can Technology Innovation Solve All the Problems? . (Complete)
Sum; China Takes on Modern Humanitarianism . (Needs Paper!)
León de la Rosa; China within Institutionalism and Transpacific Relations: Beyond Economic Agenda. (Complete)
Santoro & Hurel; China, Brazil and Internet Governance. (Complete)
Bunyavejchewin; China, Thailand and the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation. (Complete)
Stuenkel; China: Gaining Privileges by Building Multilateral Institutions. (Needs Paper!)
Li; China’s Contribution to the Paris Agreement and Green Development Cooperation Strategy between China and EU. (Complete)
Moldicz; China’s Economic Reforms and the Next Industrial Revolution . (Needs Paper!)
Li & Ye; China’s Emerging Partnership Network: Implications for Global Governance. (Needs Paper!)
Jang; China’s Energy Vulnerability, Trade Dependence, and the Escalation of Its Militarized Maritime Disputes. (Needs Paper!)
Henripin; China’s Expanding National Homeland: The Cases of the East and South China Sea Disputes. (Needs Paper!)
Lin; China’s Experiment in Peaceful Power Transition: “One Belt, One Road” and China’s International Relations. (Needs Paper!)
Primiano & Tan-Mullins; China’s Flexibility in the South China Sea: China’s Relations with the Philippines since Duterte. (Complete)
Henripin; China’s Forgotten “Lost Territories”. (Needs Paper!)
Chen; China’s Global Ambition: State-Led Internationalization of the Media Industry. (Needs Paper!)
Holder; China’s Middle East Push: Soft Power along the new Silk Road. (Needs Paper!)
Han; China’s Non Military Coercion Strategies. (Needs Paper!)
Yeung; China’s Perspective Towards the South China Sea Dispute. (Needs Paper!)
Yang; China's Asia Counter-Balancing the Art (Of Lack Thereof) Of Turning Your Enemy's Friends Into Your Own. (Needs Paper!)
Chen & Krivokhizh; China's Disaster Diplomacy and Its Role in Global Diplomatic Strategy of the Country. (Needs Paper!)
Liao; China's Energy Investment in Southeast Asia: Limitations of the Beijing Consensus and the Rise of the AIIB. (Complete)
Zhao; China's New Diplomacy for International Public Goods. (Needs Paper!)
Gong; Chinese Corporate Players in the South China Sea: Complicating the Disputes?. (Needs Paper!)
Tan; Chinese Diaspora and Philippine International Relations. (Needs Paper!)
Ghiselli; Chinese Diplomacy and the Use of Force in Peacetime: from Peacekeeping to Salami Slicing. (Complete)
Yu; Chinese Energy Cooperation in the One Belt One Road Initiative: From Bilateral Relation to Multilateral Governance. (Complete)
Miracola; Chinese Maritime Strategy and the US-China Relations: Thucydidean Trap or Chinese Historical Legacy?. (Complete)
Ye & Toomey; Chinese Nationalism, Cyber-Populism, and Cross-Strait Relations. (Complete)
Choi; Chinese Theory of Soft Power: Economics of Virtue and Institutionalization of Heart(xin) in the Mencian Virtue Politics . (Complete)
Silvius; Chinese-Russian Economic Relationships in the Emergent Multipolar Global Political Economy. (Complete)
Busbarat; Choosing “Family” or “Friend”?: Identities in Thailand’s Changing Strategic Position between China and the United States. (Complete)
Lee; Christianity in China and International Relations Theory. (Needs Paper!)
Bandanwal; Citizen Participation in Territorial Disputes: Non-State Actor Initiatives in the Sino-Japanese and Sino-Philippine Island Disputes. (Needs Paper!)
Zunes; Civil Resistance and the Uneven Path to Democratization in Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Sharma; Climate- Change and Renewable Energy- A Case Study of South Asia. (Complete)
Ottervik & Lau; Climate Change, Gender Equality, and Conflict. (Complete)
Kaplan; Climate Shocks, Trade Dependence, and Unrest: Relationships between Climate Change and State Instability in a Network Context. (Needs Paper!)
Schwartz; Club Goods, Intellectual Property Rights, and Profitability in the Information Economy. (Complete)
Kahil ; Cognitive Approach in International Relations: Rethinking the Asian Strategic Complex through the “Asian values” . (Needs Paper!)
Lee; Cold War 2.0 US-China: America's neo-isolationist approach. (Needs Paper!)
Bøje Forsby; Colliding Visions of `The Pacific Century´: Incompatible Identity Narratives as Drivers of an Emerging Sino-American Rivalry in the South China Sea. (Complete)
Vogt; Colonialism, Elite Networks, and the Origins of Ethnic Power Sharing. (Needs Paper!)
Hermanns; Combating Climate Change in the Pacific Region: the Development of Emission Trading Schemes in South Korea and Australia. (Complete)
Palma Gil et. al.; Combating Human Trafficking: A Case Study of the USAID in the Philippines. (Complete)
Priamarizki; Comparative Study on Military Adaptation to Political Change in Indonesia, Myanmar, and Thailand. (Complete)
Katada; Competitive Financial Statecraft; China and Japan in Pursuit of Infrastructure Investment Leadership and Regional Economic Order in Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Kadera et. al.; Complicating “The Feminist Peace”. (Needs Paper!)
Murano; Compromised Coexistence or the Dawn of the “2nd Star Wars” Age ? : The Future of the U.S.-China Strategic Relations in the Space Domain. (Needs Paper!)
Vogt; Conceptualising the Politics of Reputation and Reputational Damage: The Case of EU Efforts to Combat Tax Evasion in Asian Financial Centres. (Complete)
Krickovic & Weber; Concerns about Keeping Pace vs. Anxieties about Decline: Comparing the Role Status Dissatisfaction Plays in China and Russia’s Foreign Policies . (Needs Paper!)
Tong; Conflict Oversold? Outward Direct Investment by China and the Traditional Triad in South East Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Zhang; Confucius: Cultural Icon of Chinese Cuisine in Post-Second World War America. (Needs Paper!)
Mampilly; Connecting Africa: Internet Technologies and Social Transformation. (Needs Paper!)
Haswell & Hahn; Connecting The Global Model to Effective Intercultural Communication in English. (Complete)
Hurel; Consolidating Cybersecurity: A Comparative Analysis of China and Brazil. (Needs Paper!)
Kratiuk; Constructed Communities: India's Engagement in South and Southeast Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Koo; Constructing a "Normal State" in Japan: Competing images of the New Meiji State and the Peace State. (Complete)
Cristaudo; Contemporary Western Political Divisions in Light of the Islamist Revolutions: the Example of Australia. (Complete)
Pepe; Continental Drift-Germany and China's Inroads in the 'German Central Eastern European Manufacturing core. (Complete)
Hickey ; Continuity and Change: The Administrations of Ma Ying-jeou and Tsai Ing-wen Toward the Disputes in the East China Sea and South China Sea. (Complete)
Chan; Could Myanmar Block the Chinese Train? Negotiations between China and Myanmar in the Railway Cooperation. (Complete)
Lucas; Countering the "Unholy Alliance": The United States' Efforts to Combat Piracy and Violent Extremism in the Western Indian Ocean. (Complete)
Kim; Crack in the 'Taegukgi': Symbolization of Nationalism and the Crisis of Hegemony in Korea. (Needs Paper!)
Kagotani; Credibility of U.S. Overseas Deployment: Business Cycle, Military Budget and Extended Deterrence. (Needs Paper!)
Ansorg & Strasheim; Credible Commitment Problems in Post-Conflict Disarmament and Demobilization Programmes: Comparative Evidence from Nepal and the DRC. (Needs Paper!)
Park; Critical Analysis on the Development of North Korea’s Nuclear/Missile Technology in the View of Strategic Theory . (Needs Paper!)
Neumann; Culture and Authority: UNs Work with Children. (Needs Paper!)
Yangyue; Cyber Conflict and Territorial Dispute: Experience from East Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Zupančič; Dark Side of the Moon: Negative Implications of the Brussels Agreement for Northern Kosovo. (Complete)
Mondré; Deep Down Under the Sea. (Complete)
Lee & Ki; Deepening of Bureaucratic Elitism and the Crisis of Good Governance – Comparative Examination on France and Korea. (Complete)
Dukalskis et. al.; Defecting from Autocracy: Evidence from North Korea and a Simulation Model. (Complete)
Hoeffler & Joana; Defence Policy in Times of Austerity: The Impact of Budgeting Practices. (Complete)
Kwon; Delegitimating US Hegemony through Discourse: Reconsidering Discourse to Situate Delegitimation as an Analytical Framework in IR. (Needs Paper!)
Kim; Democracies Strike Back: The Building of Multilateral Security Cooperation Among Democracies in the Asia Pacific. (Needs Paper!)
Su & Ment; Democracy in Chinese Context. (Needs Paper!)
Imai; Democracy in East Asia: The Idiosyncrasies among the Regional States . (Needs Paper!)
Melville & Efimov; 'Democratic Leviathan'? State capacity and regime change. (Complete)
Kim; Democratization in Sub-Saharan Africa. (Complete)
Shelton & Nelson; Depoliticizing Political Economy: IPE, East Asia, and the Erasure of Politics. (Needs Paper!)
Croissant & Eschenauer; Desertion, Defection, and Disloyalty: Military Splits in the Eye of Mass Protests. (Needs Paper!)
Kim & Park; Deterrence under Nuclear Asymmetry: THAAD and the Prospects for Missile Defense in the Korean Peninsula. (Needs Paper!)
Yumura; Development Aid, Mutual Accountability and Human Rights: Japan’s Recent Development Aid in Burma and Mozambique. (Needs Paper!)
Park; Developmental State and the Political Economy of Taxation in East Asia. (Complete)
Hofmann & Yeo; Divergent Paths to Regime Complexity in Asia and Europe. (Complete)
von Solms; Diverging Regional Visions in East Asian Regionalism: ASEAN+3 and the East Asia Summit. (Needs Paper!)
Wong; Do Madmen Deter? An Experimental Assessment of the "Rationality of Irrationality". (Needs Paper!)
Su; Do Netizens in China Engage in More Political Participation than the Others. (Needs Paper!)
Balcells & Pischedda; Do Opposites Attract? Co-constituency and Alliances Between Rebel Groups. (Needs Paper!)
Ugal; Do Single Women Ever Want to Be Married? A Quantitative Survey of Single Women Perception of Marriage in North-Central Nigeria. (Needs Paper!)
Behlendorf; Does Corruption Drive Dark Futures? Corruption and Grievances in Africa. (Needs Paper!)
Li; Does the Rise of China Make Military Disputes with Neighbors More Likely?. (Needs Paper!)
Yoo; Domestic Elements in the Relocation of Foreign Military Bases: Elite Politics in Japan and South Korea. (Needs Paper!)
Yan; Domestic Sources of a State’s International Behaviour: China, a Social State or a Revisionist Power?. (Complete)
DeSombre & Barkin; Domestic Sources of International Fisheries Cooperation. (Complete)
Carlson; Don’t Wake Up Evil While It’s Quiet: Russia’s Response to China’s Growing Influence in Central Asia. (Complete)
Carlson; Don’t Wake Up Evil While It’s Quiet: Russia’s Response to China’s Growing Influence in Central Asia. (Complete)
Yarime & Li; Double Uncertainties in Science Diplomacy: An Analysis of Institutional Arrangements on Transboundary Air Pollution in East Asia. (Complete)
Lee; Dragon and Two Tigers: Two Koreas' Strategic Calculation towards China in the Era of Rising Uncertainty. (Needs Paper!)
Canbolat & Dyson; Dynamics of Perception in the US-North Korea Relationship Since the Korean War: A Role Theory Approach. (Needs Paper!)
Kona Nayudu; Early Days of India’s Strategic Thinking: India, the UN & the Lebanon Crisis of 1958’. (Complete)
Chang; East Asian Regionalism: Power, Interest and Ideas (A Critical Assessment of ASEAN’s Potential Role in the Evolution of East Asian Regionalism). (Needs Paper!)
Novak; Economic Aspects of the Inter-Regional Relations between Central Europe and the Asia Pacific in Light of the Changing International Political and Power System: The Case of Indonesia and Taiwan. (Needs Paper!)
Gent et. al.; Economic Competition, Interdependence, and Territorial Conflict: The Case of the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands. (Needs Paper!)
Kumar; Economic Development vis-a-vis Climate Change: Deconstructing India’s Face-Off Through Changes in its Policy of Climate Change. (Needs Paper!)
Trivedi; Economic Development, Conflict and Prospect of Peace and Democracy in India: Lessons Learnt from Liberalization and Globalization . (Complete)
Civelekoglu; Economic Growth to Geopolitical Opening, Hegemony to Competition: The Chinese Involvement in Africa . (Needs Paper!)
Bartlett; Economics Before Territory? Evidence from Japan’s Territorial Disputes with China and Russia. (Needs Paper!)
Rothman; Educational Soft Power Resources: Attraction and Assimilation. (Complete)
Wong & Or; Electoral Impacts of Opposition Disunity in Hybrid Regimes: Evidence from Hong Kong Legislative Elections 2004-2016. (Needs Paper!)
Hearn; Electoral Institutions and the Supply of Trade Policy: The Case of Japan and the TPP. (Complete)
Mislan; Elites, Domestic Constraints, and America's "Pivot to Asia". (Complete)
Wu & Peng; Emerging Parallel Governance in China. (Needs Paper!)
Vinodan; Emerging Powers and Energy Security: India and China in the Pacific Century. (Needs Paper!)
Koyama; Empire and After: Japan, Decolonization, and the Temporal Gap . (Needs Paper!)
Trombetta; Empowering or Blaming the Vulnerables? Disaster Relief Operations as Governmentality. (Needs Paper!)
Chavez; Energy Relations and Oil Diplomacy between China and Latin America: The Case of Ecuador . (Needs Paper!)
Gegout; EU Policies and Vietnam: Enhancing or Undermining Socio-Economic Development?. (Needs Paper!)
Attina & Irrera; EU Security Policy and the EU’s Security Initiatives in the Asia Pacific. (Needs Paper!)
de Prado; EU’s Projection to Asia: Balancing China and Japan. (Needs Paper!)
Kammel; EUAVSEC South Sudan: A Missed Chance for Creating Local Ownership?. (Needs Paper!)
Tsouloufas; European Union and China: Stronger Cooperation, More Benefits for Both. (Needs Paper!)
Johns; Euroskepticism, Xenophobia and Uncertainty: Free Movement of People Under Threat in the European Union. (Complete)
Tan-Mullins; Evaluating the Behavior of Chinese Stakeholders Engaged in Large Hydropower Projects in Asia and Africa . (Complete)
Suzuki; Evaluating the Effectiveness of Product-Based Environmental Voluntary Schemes in the Asia-Pacific Region: Comparisons of Labeling, Certification and Membership Schemes at the National Level in the Region. (Complete)
Wrobel; Evolution of China’s Trade Policy in the “Pacific Century”. (Complete)
Singh; Evolving Regional Economic Architecture in the Indo-Pacific: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) & Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). (Needs Paper!)
Toomey et. al.; Examining the Effectiveness of Using Role-Play Gaming to Teach Comparative Politics to Chinese Students. (Complete)
Park; Exit, Voice and Loyalty for Refugees: Statelessness and Sovereignty for North Korean Refugees. (Needs Paper!)
Cockerham & Pang; Explaining “Asia’s Paradox”: Intergovernmentalism and the Development of East Asian Regionalism. (Complete)
Hess; Explaining North Korean Military Provocations. (Complete)
Wong; Explaining Party Performances in Hong Kong Elections: Policy Positions and Party Images. (Needs Paper!)
Hall; Explaining the Persistence in Indian Strategic Culture. (Needs Paper!)
Watanuki; Exploring the Idea of ‘Legitimate Violence’ in International Law: Limitation and Potentiality of Domestic Analogous Thinking in Evaluating the Legality of the Use of Force. (Needs Paper!)
Adiong; Exploring the Possibility of Islamic Theory of International Relations. (Complete)
Dong; Exploring Women’s Roles in China’s Informal Institutions. (Needs Paper!)
Alexander; Expressing Safety: Bases, Radiation and Stories of Feeling Safe in Guam and the Pacific. (Needs Paper!)
Paltiel; Facing China: Canada between Fear and Hope. (Complete)
Park; Factors Affecting Correct Voting and Their Evidence from 19th Korean National Assembly Election. (Needs Paper!)
Alakoc; Fatally Attractive Women: The Connection between the Use of Female Suicide Bombers and the Lethality of Suicide Attacks. (Needs Paper!)
Cruz; Fear of scope: Gatekeeping and Cultures of IR Pedagogy . (Needs Paper!)
Ono; Features of Northeast Asia from comparative regional perspectives. (Complete)
Thaliyakkattil; Fight for the Soul of China: An Analysis of the Rise of Christianity in China and the Government’s Efforts to Contain It. . (Needs Paper!)
Jędrzejowska; Financial Sector Development in South Asia: Is There a Chance for Regional Integration?. (Needs Paper!)
Cohen; Financial Statecrafts in Conflict: Learning from the Renminbi’s Challenge to the Dollar. (Complete)
De Paula; Financing Urban Adaptation to Climate Change: Assessing Opportunities and Challenges within the Green Climate Fund. (Needs Paper!)
Yang; Fiscal Decentralization in Big Chinese Cities. (Needs Paper!)
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Liu; Japan’s Asia-Pacific Security Strategy: Still the Democratic Security Diamond or Something Else?. (Complete)
Trinidad; Japan’s new Development Cooperation and Strategic Partnership with ASEAN: Quo Vadis?. (Complete)
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Edge; Sovereignty Discourse in East Asia: Exploring Alternate Source of Legitimacy. (Complete)
Thambipillai; Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick: Foreign Policy Perspectives of a Small State - Brunei Darussalam. (Complete)
Nakayama; Specificities of So-Called Climate Refugees of Small Island Developing States in the Pacific. (Needs Paper!)
Han; State-Business Relations, Interdependence and Foreign Policies: A Comparative Study. (Needs Paper!)
Han; State-Level Cooperation in Northeast Asian Environmental Governance: Challenges Explained by IR Theories . (Needs Paper!)
Ward; Status and the Grand Strategies of Established Powers. (Complete)
Takemine; Still Living with Nuclear Fallout in the Marshall Islands: Looking at the Fear of Climate Change. (Needs Paper!)
Legassicke & Ripley; Strangers in Strange Lands: Explaining Why Rebel Governments Thrive or Fail in External Territories. (Needs Paper!)
Sandal; Strategic Culture of Terrorist Organizations: A New Theoretical Framework. (Needs Paper!)
Michalski; Strategic Partnerships: A New Form of Social Interaction in the International System?. (Needs Paper!)
Kipgen; Strategic Relations of ASEAN and China in the South China Sea Disputes. (Needs Paper!)
Kim; Structural Determinants of Truth Commissions after Democratic Transition. (Needs Paper!)
Miyazaki; Structure of Cooperation and Non-cooperation: Negotiation of Transboundary Air Pollution in Asia and the Pacific. (Complete)
Kanie-Sodeno; Study on Localization Process of Sustainable Development Goals in Coastal Area: a Case of Okinawa. (Needs Paper!)
Chan; Success and Failure of the Ming Century in Pre-modern History and their Contemporary Implications for the Emerging China-centered Pacific Century. (Complete)
Li; Super-Compliant Actors in Global Environment Governance: Carbon Trading Experiments in Beijing. (Complete)
Cho; Sustained Compliance to Nuclear Nonproliferation?: Sources of Constraints in Japan and South Korea. (Complete)
Kwak; Tae-Hwan Kwak (Eastern Kentucky University), A Creative Formula for Denuclearization and Peace-building on the Korean Peninsula. (Complete)
Kim; Taewan Kim (Dong-eui University), A Chinese Perspective on the Korean Peninsula Peace Regime Building. (Needs Paper!)
Viotti; Taiwan, the PRC and Conflict Management: The US Role. (Needs Paper!)
Jing; Taiwan’s Go South Strategy: Economic and Intellectual Engagement with Southeast Asia and Impacts on Regional Peace and Stability. (Complete)
Tang; Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy under the Tsai Ing-Wen Government: Old Wine in New Bottles?. (Needs Paper!)
Haro-Navejas & Ramírez Castillo; Taking the Beautiful Country (by Strategy): US Academics Dealing with the Confucius Institutes. (Complete)
Whang et. al.; Talking to Whom? Changing Audiences of North Korean Nuclear Tests. (Needs Paper!)
Joo et. al.; Talking to Whom? Changing Audiences of North Korean Nuclear Tests. (Complete)
Ripley & Bergel; Tangled Webs: Contemporary Supply Chains, Their Complexity, and Implications for Interdependence and International Relations Theory. (Needs Paper!)
Kim; Technology Diffusion and Catch-up to Civilization: The Political Economic Approach to Global Porcelain Market in the 17th century. (Complete)
Choi; Terrible Cultural Diplomacy and the Politics of Non-alignment. (Complete)
Burger; Territorial Disputes Between the People's Republic of China and the Republic of the Philippines and the Perspective of Stability in the South China Sea. (Complete)
Chiba et. al.; Territorial Indivisibility and Public Preference for Dispute Resolution: Evidence from Japan. (Needs Paper!)
Wu; Territorial Peace and Political Centralization in China . (Needs Paper!)
Singh; Territorial Sovereignty, Connectivity and State Formation: India’s Northeast and Southeast Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Perkuhn; That Extra Something: Chinese IR or Another Cultural Turn?. (Complete)
Wang-Kaeding; The "Chinese experience" in South-South Cooperation: Strategic Concept and Interest Groups in Chinese Environmental Foreign Relations. (Needs Paper!)
Eriksson; The "Good" Power: Sweden's Foreign Policy After Neutrality. (Complete)
Mahdavi; The “Beijing Consensus” in the Middle East: Neo-liberalism without Democracy?. (Needs Paper!)
Fabian; The ASEAN and Arab League: Comparing Southeast Asian and West Asian Regionalism. (Needs Paper!)
Southgate; The Asia Pivot as a Strategy of Foreign Policy: A Source of Peace or a Harbinger of Conflict?. (Complete)
Li; The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank - A Success in Regional Economic Governance?. (Complete)
Jaewoo; The Attitude of North Korea about Dokdo Territorial Dispute between Korea and Japan. (Needs Paper!)
Slantchev & Matush; The Authoritarian Wager: Mass Political Action and the Sudden Collapse of Repression. (Needs Paper!)
Cooper; The BRICS New Development Bank: Shifting from Material Leverage to Innovative Capacity . (Complete)
Lopes da Cunha & Nair; The BRICS: Strategies, Challenges and Opportunities in the Biotechnology Sector. (Complete)
Altinbay; The Changing Middle Eastern Wars and China's Evolving Response. (Complete)
Walter; The Changing Politics of Regulating Systemically Important Banks. (Complete)
Shibata & Yamakawa; The Changing Role of Japan in the International Trade Regime: from a Rule-Follower to a Rule-Maker. (Complete)
Christoffersen; The China Challenge to the Pacific Century. (Complete)
Huang & Simmons ; The China Coast Guard: A New Maritime Power. (Complete)
Miller; The China Pakistan Economic Corridor: Indicator of Chinese Strategic Energy Goals and a Challenge to the Open Procurement Status Quo.. (Complete)
Chavez; The Chinese Impact on Latin America’s International Relations and Regional Integration. (Needs Paper!)
Chey; The Chinese Renminbi in Japan: Suppressing the Rise of an Enemy’s Money?. (Complete)
Zickgraf; The Choice to Stay: The Environment and Human Immobility . (Needs Paper!)
Reid et. al.; The Conflict Environment and Civil War Mediation: Regional Instability and Mediation Outcomes. (Needs Paper!)
Lee; The Constitutive Value of U.S. Alliance. (Complete)
Coombs; The Construction of the Pacific State in the Settlement of Border Disputes and Territorial Claims. (Complete)
Klingler-Vidra & Pacheco Pardo; The Contemporary Developmental State: From National Champions to Start-Up Nations. (Complete)
Puri; The Crimea Precedent and the Annexation of Disputed Territory: What Is the Relevance for Asia?. (Complete)
Eisenman & Wu; The Domestic Sources of Chinese Aggression. (Needs Paper!)
Kaushal; The Doomsday Machine Revisited- The Paradox of Total Strategies for Limited Aims in the Asia Pacific. (Complete)
Lima de Mattos & Simoni; The dynamics of a Chinese engagement on the Syrian crisis. (Complete)
Symons; The Ecomodern State & The Pacific Century. (Complete)
Tominaga; The Effect of Targeting Policies: Exploring the Effect of Repeated Intervention and Diffusion on Terrorist Operations. (Complete)
Liou & Szue-Chin; The Effectiveness of Minor Powers’ Hedging Strategy: Comparing Singapore and the Philippines. (Complete)
Ellis; The Effects of Childhood Wartime Exposures on Leader Decisionmaking: A New Extension to the LEAD Dataset. (Needs Paper!)
Guemide; The effects of climate change on the economic growth of ASEAN countries. (Complete)
Kim; The Effects of Income Inequality on Political Protests in Mixed Democracies. (Needs Paper!)
Mah; The Emergence of a New East Asian Economic Order and its Impact on EU-ASEAN Ties. (Needs Paper!)
Kakizaki; The Emergence of Kurdish Political Activism in Japan: Opportunities, Mobilization Networks, and Framing. (Needs Paper!)
Prakash; The Enigma Called 'the Pakistani State'. (Needs Paper!)
Felsch; The Foreign Policy of Weak States: The Case of Lebanon. (Complete)
Mendelsohn; The Foreigner Dilemma: Explaining Variation in Foreign Fighters Recruitment in Syria. (Needs Paper!)
Blarel & Sarkar; The Forgotten Thinkers: Bureaucrats and Organizations in India’s Strategic Debate. (Needs Paper!)
Liu; The Global Formation of the Rise of China: Global Players in China’s Rising Road . (Complete)
Schippa; The Global Peace Index and the Positive Peace Index: Development, Use and Impact. (Complete)
Jones; The Impact of Culture on Perceptual and Communication Processes in International Relations. (Complete)
Puslecki; The Impact of International Business for Intensive and Effective Economic Growth of China. (Complete)
Wong; The Impacts of Severing Factional Ties on Cadre Performance in China. (Needs Paper!)
Mouritz; The Influence of Economic Interdependence on Political Relations between China and the USA: Are Economic Ties Contributing to Trans-Pacific Peace?. (Complete)
Sanchez Cesar; The Internationalization of CNOC in Latin America: Motivations, Interests and Strategies. (Needs Paper!)
Bastiat-Jarosz; The Latent Way in which Sanctions Affect Markets. (Needs Paper!)
Ogawa; The Leadership of Asian Countries in Setting Global Indexes: In the Case of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) . (Needs Paper!)
Boduszynski et. al.; The Limits of Japanese Militarism: The 2003 Iraq War & the War on the Islamic State. (Complete)
Teo; The Making of a ‘Middle Power’: A Comparative Analysis of the Middle Power Identities of Australia and South Korea. (Needs Paper!)
Feng; The Making of Climate Policy from the Perspective of Two-Level Game Theory: A Comparative Study between India and China. (Needs Paper!)
Raghavan; The Making of the India- Pakistan Dynamic: Nehru, Liaquat, and the No War Pact Correspondence of 1950. (Needs Paper!)
Liu; The Maturity Analysis of China’s Carbon Market: Taking the 7 Pilot Zones as An Example. (Complete)
Vennesson & Alles; The Military and the Broadening of Security in Southeast Asia. (Complete)
Sweet; The More We Get Together: India, Brazil and Global Trade Integration. (Needs Paper!)
Corning; The Negotiation of Regulatory Disciplines in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Path Dependence, Loss Avoidance, and the Limits of Market Power . (Complete)
Verbeek; The Netherlands: A "Wannabe" Second Power . (Needs Paper!)
Akcali; The New Aleppo: The Neighbourhood Experiences of Syrian Refugees in Turkey and the Limits of Refugee Governmentality in Asia . (Needs Paper!)
Nossal; The North Atlantic Anchor: Canada and the Pacific Century. (Complete)
Sato; The Opening of Myanmar and Japanese Diplomacy. (Needs Paper!)
Herlevi; The Origins of Special Economic Zones: A Cross-National Empirical Analysis. (Complete)
Starrs; The Pacific Century is Anchored in the United States: How the Rise of the Rest Marks the End of the Beginning of the American Century. (Complete)
Nunez; The Pacific Century vs. the Erosion of the US-Centric World Order: Implications for South America’s Domestic Policies . (Needs Paper!)
Pérez-Ríos; The Pacific Century: Time for Advancing Human Rights in Southeast Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Emmerson; The Paradoxical Future of ASEAN’s Southeast Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Bocse; The Paris Agreement and the EU-China Relations. (Needs Paper!)
Rihmo; The Pervasive China’s Power: An Overview on Asia-Pacific Power Equation. (Needs Paper!)
Camroux & Le Thu; The Philippines, Vietnam and ASEAN Solidarity. (Needs Paper!)
Balcells & Torrats-Espinosa; The Political Consequences of Terrorism. (Needs Paper!)
Sovacool & Tan-Mullins; The Political Ecology and Environmental Sustainability of Asian Hydropower Dams. (Complete)
Cannon & Fujibayashi; The Political Economy of Japan’s Relationship with East Africa: A Case Study of Kenya. (Complete)
Kim; The Political Economy of Japanese Trade Policy: The Trans-Pacific Partnership Reconsidered. (Complete)
Tan; The Political Economy of Natural Disasters in Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Vukovic; The Political Economy of Organised Crime in Kosovo. (Needs Paper!)
Kuo; The Political Economy Origins of the AIIB. (Needs Paper!)
Nalbo; The Politics of Community Forestry: From Environmental Conservation to Conflict Resolution in Divided Societies. (Needs Paper!)
De Paula; The Promise of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Missing Links Between Global Health and the Environment. (Needs Paper!)
To; The Prospect of Taiwan Defence Industry Development under Tsai Administration . (Needs Paper!)
Giumelli; The Relationship between Foreign Aid and Sanctions: A New Era?. (Needs Paper!)
Jenne; The Reluctant Warrior and Knowledge of Military Affairs: Does Participation in International Peace Support Operations Make a Difference?. (Complete)
Wang; The Remaking of the “Century of Humiliation”: Social Actors, Popular Memory and the Search for National Identity. (Complete)
Hastings; The Return of Southeast Asian Violent Maritime Organisations. (Complete)
Kristensen; The Rise and Fall of 'Peaceful Change'. (Complete)
Matsuda; The Rise of Reluctant Powers: The India-Japan Strategic Partnership and the Transformation of the International Order of the Indo-Pacific. (Complete)
Westcott; The Role of ‘Prestige’ in Creating Intractable Interstate Border Disputes: The Case of the Sino-Indian Border Dispute . (Complete)
Aulia; The Role of China as a Responsible Power: China’s Role in Building Peace in South Sudan. (Needs Paper!)
Giumelli; The Role of For-Profit Actors in the Implementation of EU Targeted Sanctions. (Needs Paper!)
Yan; The Role of Informal Institutions in Governance: Differences between China and the United States. (Needs Paper!)
Rossiter; The Role of the Military in the Philippines: Priorities in a Shifting Security Landscape . (Needs Paper!)
Dong; The Rule of Law and Economic Development ---A Case Study of China ‘s Informal Institutions. (Complete)
Hwang; The Securitization of Economic Integration and China-Taiwan Relations. (Needs Paper!)
Soriano Gatica; The Security-Development Nexus in Asia-Pacific and Latin America through the Eyes of the European Union. (Complete)
Vandamme; The Sino-Pakistani Relationship: China’s Testing Ground as Benevolent Major Power. (Complete)
Chen; The Slow Dance Steps between Developing Countries and Non-State Actors: Sharing Authority in Multilateral Environmental Agreements. (Complete)
Hall; The Social LIfe of a Financial Crisis. (Complete)
Choubey; The Stability-instability Paradox in the Asia-Pacific Region: Focus on The India-Pakistan Dyad and Broader Regional Nuclear Dynamics . (Needs Paper!)
Kratiuk; The Strategic Partnership of Vietnam and Japan: An Engagement Strategy to Enhance Security?. (Needs Paper!)
Griffiths; The Strategy of Secession. (Needs Paper!)
Alegre; The Struggle for Economic Influence: Prospects of a US Challenge in Curbing China’s Economic Influence in Southeast Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Bezdecny; The Transformation of City-Regional Governance in Global(izing) Cities. (Needs Paper!)
Korolev; The Trans-Pacific Partnership: a Tough Choice for China. (Needs Paper!)
Chang Liao; The U.S. Debate over Its China Policy. (Complete)
Ward & Musgrave; The Unreality of Offshore Balancing. (Complete)
Korolev & Portyakov; The US Factor in the Evolving China-Russia Relations in the Post-Soviet Space. (Needs Paper!)
Hussain; The Voices That Matter: Exploring the Economic Empowerment of Women in Conflict Affected Areas. (Needs Paper!)
Ranganathan; The West vs. Yoga: Models of Thought, Colonialism and Reconciliation. (Needs Paper!)
Mueller; The Whole World Is Helping? Transnational and Local Humanitarian Action, Disaster and Refugee Relief in China During the Russo-Japanese War 1904/05. (Needs Paper!)
Terhalle; Theorizing Great-Power Responsibilities in East Asia. (Needs Paper!)
Achilov & Shaykhutdinov; Thinking Outside the Box: Islam, Innovation, and Democracy in Muslim World. (Needs Paper!)
Kwon & Ha; Three-pronged Chinese World Order in the Qing Period: Conquest, Cherishment, and Li. (Needs Paper!)
Li; Tigers in Cage: A Network Explanation of Corruption Prosecution in China. (Complete)
Chhetri; Towards a Centering of Asia-Pacific: An Examination of RCEP and TPP. (Needs Paper!)
Wrobel; TPP New Model of Integration in Asia Pacific – Implication for the EU. (Complete)
Chen et. al.; Tracing the Origins of Youth Social Movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan: Are They Anti-China or Anti-Globalization?. (Needs Paper!)
Piskulova; Trade and Sustainable Development: Challenges for BRICS. (Complete)
Ren; Transformation of Asia-Pacific Security Architecture and ASEAN’s Role. (Needs Paper!)
McCarthy; Transparency and Cooperation in Global Politics: Trust, Legitimacy and Epistemic Cultures. (Needs Paper!)
Fluck; Transparency as an Emphatic Concept. (Needs Paper!)
Wu; Trilateral Bargaining or Two-Camp Contention: China, Russia and the U.S. in Global Governance. (Needs Paper!)
Lu; Tsai Ing-wen’s “New South Policy” and its Impact on Taiwan’s Approach to the Territorial Disputes in the South China Sea. (Needs Paper!)
Panayirci & Iseri; Turkish Coup d’État Attempt and Its Impact on Domestic Conflicts with a Focus on Turkish Polarized Media System . (Needs Paper!)
Adebahr; Turning to Asia: Is Abe’s Security Policy Altering the Strategic Scope of Japan’s Defense Strategy?. (Needs Paper!)
Cartwright; Two Birds with One Stone: The Trans-Pacific Partnership and US Copyright Standard Setting . (Complete)
Kreuzer; Two New Presidents and one Award: the Philippines and Taiwan in the Conflict on the South China Sea. (Complete)
Zhang; Tying the Invisible Hand of Peace: Why Trading States Still Choose to Fight . (Complete)
Kim; Uncertain Partners?: Limits of Partnership between Russia and North Korea for the Pacific Century. (Needs Paper!)
Wang; Understanding the Emergence of Government-Organised Social Enterprise in China. (Complete)
Eriksson; Unintended Interdependence: Conflict-Driven Cooperation in Northeast Asia. (Complete)
Forman; Universal Health Coverage, the Right to Health and Healthy Lives for All: Where Are We in 2017?. (Needs Paper!)
Woo & Jeong; Universal Norms in a Regional Context: How Women's Rights Affect Foreign Aid Allocations in China, Japan, and Korea. (Needs Paper!)
Sharma; Unsettling Conversations, Unmaking Racisms and Colonialisms: Critical Pedagogy in IR Classrooms. (Needs Paper!)
Nupur; Urban Environment and Contradictions of Development. (Complete)
Larus; US Naval Coalition Building and Regional Security in the Asia-Pacific. (Complete)
Pillai; US Rebalancing Strategy in the Indo-Pacific Region and India's Response: A Political Economy Perspective. (Needs Paper!)
Yan; US-China Mutual Hedging and the Relative Stability of the Asia-Pacific. (Complete)
Sakai; US-Japan Security Community: The Case of the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake. (Complete)
Park; Varieties of Hierarchy in East Asian Regional Order. (Needs Paper!)
Kersey; Virtual Rivalries? - Mapping the Intersection of National Identity and Gaming Culture in the Pacific Region. (Complete)
Lau; Voluntarism and Regional Integration: ASEAN’s 20 Years of Cooperation on Human Trafficking. (Complete)
Eriksson; War as Peace: Japan’s Proactive Pacifism. (Complete)
Hsin-Che; What Factors Influence Chinese Assessing Democracy? An Analysis of Survey Data from 2015 Urban and Rural Survey. (Needs Paper!)
Harding; What Went Wrong? US-China Relations from Partnership to Rivalry. (Needs Paper!)
Moore; What Would Niebuhr Say about the Rise of China?. (Needs Paper!)
Li & Chey; What’s behind the Driving Seat? Bureaucratic Politics and Interest Group Dynamics of Renminbi Internationalization. (Needs Paper!)
Salehyan & Hendrix; When Does the Leviathan Work? State Responses to Civil Disorder. (Needs Paper!)
Wilde; When Migrants Make Perilous Sea Crossings: The Causal Role of International Law . (Needs Paper!)
Lacovsky; When Southeast Asia Met Latin America. (Complete)
Duygulu & Tarsi; When Women are Watching: An Experimental Assessment of Gendered Differences in Perceptions of International Security Issues?. (Needs Paper!)
Shuqom ; When Women Work: What Economic Participation Gives and Takes Away from Arab Women. (Needs Paper!)
Kim; Whether Are North Korean Compatriots "Korean"? The Changes and Developments of Nationalisms in South Korea during the Syngman Rhee Era (1948-1960). (Complete)
Song; Who has a say? Non-State Actors in Makings of Environmental Provisions in East Asian Free Trade Agreements . (Needs Paper!)
Kang & Ma; Who’s Chasing Whom? High-level Exchange as an Indicator of Direction of Pursuit in Power Relations. (Complete)
Kozyrev & Kilburn; Whose Pacific Century? China’s Geo-Political Entrepreneurship in the Asia-Pacific and the Prospect of Sino-Russian Cooperation in the South China Sea. (Complete)
Tamamizu; Why a Small Ally Betrays its Powerful Bosses? : Explaining a Smaller Ally’s Violation of an Alliance with a New Concept of Security Strategy “Neutralization”. (Complete)
Ito; Why Are Some Aid Projects Are Harder than Others? Disaggregating the Impacts of Aid on Violence Patterns During Civil Conflicts. (Needs Paper!)
Balzer; Why China Not Russia?: Chinese and Russian Models of Regional Economic Development: . (Complete)
Lee & Laksmana; Why do Retired Military Officers Enter Politics? An Empirical Analysis of Indonesia’s Military Academy Graduates. (Needs Paper!)
Wu; Why Do States Hedge in East Asia? An Empirical Study on Hedging . (Needs Paper!)
DeSombre; Why Good People Do Bad Things for the Global Climate. (Complete)
Stefanovic-Stambuk; Why Ideals are Disabled in Global Governance? The Matter of Choice or of Necessity Even in the OSCE?. (Needs Paper!)
Brolan et. al.; Will Framing Health as a “Regional Public Good” in the Pacific Region Advance National Sustainable Development Goal Achievement and Pacific People’s Human Right to Health Entitlements? . (Complete)
Saikia; Women in Peacebuilding: Assessing the Role of Bodo Women in Militarized Spaces in Assam. (Needs Paper!)
Wang & Lin; Xi’s Assertive Diplomacy. (Needs Paper!)
Kaseda; Yoshinori Kaseda [Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University (APU)] Japan and Peace Regime Building in Northeast Asia. (Complete)
Park; Zero-sum Game or Co-evolution? South Korea’s Perspective on the U.S.-China Strategic Rivalry in the Asia-Pacific. (Needs Paper!)

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