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Chinese Environmental Policy: Domestic Legitimacy and Narratives, Thomas Benson

It is commonly claimed that China’s domestic legitimacy derives primarily from the maintenance and pursuit of economic growth and, arguably, Chinese nationalism. Given the current international…

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Exposing Regional Disunity: The Case of Cambodia in the South China Sea Conflict, Kathrin Reed

Despite being a small state in Southeast Asia, Cambodia occupies a central role in the international relations of the region. Conventionally, Cambodia’s foreign policy is explained as…

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The Increasing Returns to Power -- A Theory On Political Capture , James Korman

What happens when key institutions of the state become ‘captured’ by corporate and business interests and how exactly does this occur? That is the principal question this research seeks…

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2019 Political Science and International Relations Convocation

2019 University of Delaware Political Science and International Relations Convocation. May 31, 2019.

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