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Thomas Christensen
2015
The China Challenge shows why China is nowhere near powerful enough to be considered a global “peer competitor” of the United States, but it is already strong enough to destabilize East Asia and to influence economic and political affairs worldwide. ...
Aaron Friedberg
2015
The United States should pursue a strategy towards China that combines continued attempts at engagement with expanded and intensified balancing. Aaron Friedberg May, 2015 Strategy 57(3) Diplomacy International Security Foreign Policy National Security, ...
Bryan Grenfell
2015
Hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS, caused by hantavirus) is a zoonotic infectious disease reservoired in rodent populations worldwide, but with 90% of the total cases occurring in China. Xi’an is one of the most endemic areas in China, with a ...
Aaron Friedberg
2015
Aaron Friedberg January, 2015 Washington Quarterly 37(4) Diplomacy International Security Foreign Policy National Security, Intelligence and Defense China China Foreign Relations International Relations of East Asia Download File External Link ...
G. John Ikenberry
2014
In the post–Cold War period, scholars have considered the Asia Pacific to be ripe for military competition and conflict. Developments over the past decade have deepened these expectations. Across the region, rising military spending and efforts of various ...
Janet Currie
2014
China has high rates of antibiotic abuse and antibiotic resistance but the causes are still a matter for debate. Strong physician financial incentives to prescribe are likely to be an important cause. However, patient demand (or physician beliefs about ...
Bryan Grenfell
2014
China has the highest incidence of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) worldwide. Reported cases account for 90% of the total number of global cases. By 2010, approximately 1.4 million HFRS cases had been reported in China. This study aimed to ...
Janet Currie
2013
This paper asks whether gift exchange generates externalities for people outside of the bilateral relationship between the gift giver and recipient, and whether the nature of this relationship is affected by social networks. We examine this question in ...