Asien

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Yoshihide Soeya

Deep Structure and Logic of Japan-ROK Security Cooperation

BCAS, September 2017, 6 Pages
Andrew Shearer

US-centered triangles: US-Japan-Australia

BCAS, September 2017, 7 Pages
Alessandra Cappelletti

The "Construction" of Chinese Culture in a Globalized World and Its Importance for Beijing’s Smart Power.

Notes and concepts on a narrative shift.

Working Papers on East Asian Studies, Green Series No.115, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of Duisburg-Essen, June 2017
Siddharth Tripathi

Review of Sharon Nepstad: "Nonviolent Struggle: Theories, Strategies, and Dynamics"

in: Democratization, Vol. 25, Nr.4 , p. 748-750, 2017
Meena Singh Roy, Christian Wagner

India's Afghanistan Policy: In Search of a Comprehensive Strategy

in: Sten Rynning (ed.), South Asia and the Great Powers: International Relations and Regional Security, London/New York: I.B.Tauris, 2017, pp. 174-192
Frédéric Krumbein

The New York Times coverage of the US-related human rights

in: Cogent Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2017, 1283738 (online)
Volker Stanzel

Digitisation and Government Responsibility

Working Paper, Project “Diplomacy in the 21st Century”, No 03, January 2017, 7 Seiten
Frédéric Krumbein

Human Rights in the EU and the US: Social Worker v. Good Cop?

in: Open Journal of Political Science, No. 7, 2017, pp. 101-115 (online)
Alessandra Cappelletti

Chinese cultural diplomacy in the European context: between sophistication and lack of self-confidence

Notes on the impact and effectiveness of Chinese BRI-related cultural diplomacy actions among the European public

in: EU-China Observer, Department of EU International Relations and Diplomacy, #4.16, December 2016, pp. 9-13
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Richa Arora, Christian Wagner
Indiens Ringen um die Staatsbürgerschaft

Die Modi-Regierung forciert ihre nationalistische Agenda


Eric J. Ballbach
Das »window of opportunity« in Korea schließt sich

Zum Stand der US-Nordkorea-Beziehungen und zu den Herausforderungen für die EU