[Baltimore] The Impact of Chinese National Identity on Bilateral Relations

 
Date & Time: 
Sat, 02/25/2017 - 10:30am - 12:15pm
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The Impact of Chinese National Identity

on Bilateral Relations

 

This event is part of KEI's Academic Symposium program, and will take place at the International Studies Association Conference in Baltimore, Maryland.

 

All papers in this panel will concentrate on how the Chinese are interpreting relations with other countries. They will link these interpretations to themes of national identity—ideology, history, civilization, etc. Comparisons will be made across the five cases in a separate introductory paper. All authors will make extensive use of Chinese sources.

 

Saturday, February 25, 2016

10:30 p.m. - 12:15 p.m.

International Studies Association Conference

Baltimore, MD

 

Chair:

Mark Tokola (Korea Economic Institute of America (KEI))

 

Papers:

Chinese National Identity and Sino-Japanese Relations

Author: Yinan He (Lehigh University)

 

Chinese National Identity and Sino-South Korean Relations

Author: See-Won Byun (The George Washington University)

 

The Impact of Chinese National Identity on Sino-ASEAN Relations

Author: Danielle Cohen (Cornell University)

 

The Impact of Chinese National Identity on Sino-US Relations

Author: Yingjie Guo (University of Sydney)

 

The Impact of Chinese National Identity on Sino-Russian Relations

 

Author: Gilbert Rozman (Princeton University)