The Modes of China's Influence: Cases from Southeast Asia
Distinguishing between power as resources and influence as converting those resources into outcomes, I propose a new framework for analyzing China's influence, using examples from Southeast Asia. Because China exercises influence predominantly in contexts of convergent, not divergent, preferences, three key modes of influence are "preference multiplying," "persuasion," and "ability to prevail."
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