A threat looms large: China's territorial disputes in the south china sea, 1989-2011
China’s foreign policy in Southeast Asia regarding the South China Sea disputes has fundamentally changed since the end of the Cold War. Following the end of the Cold War, China transformed from a previous hostile and antagonistic stance towards Southeast Asian countries to a friendlier approach which is usually termed as a ‘good neighbor policy’. Many scholars especially constructivists therefore argue that China has changed its identity to become a benign rising power. Since 2010,...[Show more]
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