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Inch Ka Chka and other paradoxical clues into Soviet Armenian society
During the twentieth century, Soviet Armenian society has been witness to numerous situations in which national identity has become an expression of cultural paradox. From the 1940's to the 1990's, Armenia has been in a ...
Dynamic reciprocity in negotiations: The Sino-British talks on Hong Kong
Building on earlier reciprocity research in arms control negotiations by Stoll and McAndrew (1986) and Druckman and Harris (1990), this study evaluates various models of cooperative and inverse reciprocity in a independent ...
Rhetoric and reality: The making of Chinese perceptions of the United States, 1949-1989
When the people of a given society contemplate the outside world, they do so with inherited but constantly changing values, assumptions, preoccupations, and aspirations. Who they are, one might say, largely determines what ...
The political economy of Pax Nipponica: Pacific Asia, Japanese economic expansion and elite perception
This thesis addresses the issue of Japan's economic expansion in East and Southeast Asia and its regional political implications. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches are employed to capture the significance of ...