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China and intervention at the UN Security Council : reconciling status

Author: Courtney J Fung
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019.
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This book explains China's inconsistent response to intervention at the UN Security Council. It draws upon new data, and concludes with new perspectives on the malleability of China's core interests, insights about the application of status for cooperation, and the implications of the status dilemma for rising powers.
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Additional Physical Format: China and Intervention at the UN Security Council : Reconciling Status / Courtney J. Fung
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019
978-0-19-187867-1
(ABES)241112001
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Courtney J Fung
ISBN: 9780198842743 0198842740
OCLC Number: 1136903080
Description: 1 volume (XI-282 p.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: List of TablesList of GraphsList of AbbreviationsIntroductionBackground1: Historical Overview of China and Intervention at the UN Security Council2: Chinese Discourse on Foreign-Imposed Regime ChangeTheory3: Theory and Empirical StrategyCases4: Status and Intervention in Darfur, Sudan 2004 - 20085: Status and Intervention in Libya, 2011 - 20126: Status and Intervention in Syria, 2011 - 20157: ConclusionAppendix: Chinese Ambassadors to the United Nations, 1971-2018BibliographyIndex
Responsibility: Courtney J. Fung.

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