This article introduce three readings about China’s aspiration of building global overseas ports for military and commercial purposes.
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China’s policy discourse power in oceans governance
This article introduces Chinese articles that suggest how do Chinese scholars understand policy discourse power in oceans governance.
China and Polar Governance
This article summarises studies, which discusses China’s ambition in polar governance, namely in the Arctic and Antarctica.
Maritime security beyond navalism
Navy is not the only stakeholder in maritime security. I introduce 3 articles on how maritime policy should expand beyond naval perspective.
International relations is an interdisciplinary subject itself
International relations (IR) as a field have becoming more popular these days. Most likely due to globalisation, the public is more interested in foreign affairs and relationship between countries: US-China relations, climate changes, public health issues, wars and conflicts, and governing systems. Many of the hot topics are related to IR. This, indeed, good newsContinue reading “International relations is an interdisciplinary subject itself”