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Introduction: Chinese Traditions in International Relations

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Correspondence to Ming Wan.

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Wan, M. Introduction: Chinese Traditions in International Relations. J OF CHIN POLIT SCI 17, 105–109 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11366-012-9187-1

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Keywords

  • International Relation
  • Historical Narrative
  • Chinese History
  • Chinese Tradition
  • Chinese Foreign Policy