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» China's War Odds and Negotiation Theory, or the Battle of the BATMA from Daniel Starr
Brad DeLong's latest lunge at the "China hawks" hints at a point that deserves to be said out loud. If China's leaders were to go to war, it wouldn't be because war was fated, but because war seemed to them... [Read More]

» China's War Odds and Negotiation Theory, or the Battle of the BATMA from Daniel Starr
Brad DeLong's latest lunge at the "China hawks" hints at a point that deserves to be said out loud. If China's leaders were to go to war, it wouldn't be because war was fated, but because war seemed to them... [Read More]

» On War, and Realism from Under The Sun
Brad DeLong asks the deep question: Before I read any more "realists" writing about a Chinese-American cold (or hot) war in Asia, I want them to come up with an explanation of why the War of 1812 was the last... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

» Daily linklets 5th July from Simon World
It wasn't just the British involved in the opium trade: the Americans were up to their noses in it too. A new Hong Kong "blogazine" called Civic Express (like the word blog isn't bad enough already) from the Civic Exchange grou (via Chatter Garden). A... [Read More]

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