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Joel Davis posted on June 11, 2013 16:41
The Brazilian Journal of International Politics invites paper submissions for a special issue organized by Henrique Altemani de Oliveira, Professor of International Relations at the State University of Paraíba. This special issue aims to evaluate the state of the Chinese presence in the international system and its relationships with major powers, with regions and with regional powers, with larger emphasis in the political and diplomatic aspects. The editors welcome submissions focused on the following thematic axes: China’s Foreign Policy (peaceful rise; harmonious world; China threat; Beijing Consensus; South-South cooperation; strategic partnership); China's role in the reorganization of international and regional security; China as global actor; China as a rising power with hegemonic aspirations; China as regional actor; bilateral/plurilateral relationship with the major powers, regions and regional or emergent powers; China in multilateral institutions (UN/SC, WTO, BRICS, G20, IADB).

All submissions should be original and unpublished, must be in the range of 50.000 characters (including spaces and footnotes) must be written in English (is is necessary to be fully correct English for non natives of the language), including an abstract of less then 70 words (and 3 key-words in English) and follow the Chicago System. The deadline for submissions is 30 November 2013. Submissions must be done online at
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