Conceptualising the role and responsibility of great power: China's participation in negotiations toward a post-Second World War order
The early- to mid-1940s leading to the establishment of the United Nations have often been cited by historians and international relations scholars as a critical historical juncture where the concept of Great Power responsibility became institutionalised
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