multilateralism

Misguided multilateralism

Are we betting too much on conventional wisdom?

China, Development, and Bretton Woods: The Role of Shared Ideas in Order Transition

Transitions in order are not only products of transitions in power, but also products of transitions in shared ideas. This seminar examines the role of shared ideas through the lens of China’s involvement in shaping the transition to a post-World War II economic order at Bretton Woods. Drawing on new Chinese-language archival materials, the seminar focuses on how and with what success China sought to shape global ideas about three interlocking strands of thinking at Bretton Woods: development, the role of the state in the domestic economy, and managed multilateralism.

Bilateralism, Multilateralism and Asia-Pacific Security: Contending Cooperation

William T. Tow and Brendan Taylor, eds, Bilateralism, Multilateralism and Asia-Pacific Security: Contending Cooperation, Abingdon: Routledge, 2013.

Can Multilateralism and Security Communities Bring Security to the Asia-Pacific?

Mathew Davies, ‘Can Multilateralism and Security Communities Bring Security to the Asia-Pacific?’ in Joanne Wallis and Andrew Carr, eds, Asia-Pacific Security: An Introduction, Washington,

What's China Got To Do With It? US Alliances, Partnerships in the Asia-Pacific

William T. Tow and Satu Limaye, ‘What’s China Got To Do With It? US Alliances, Partnerships in the Asia-Pacific’, Asian Politics & Policy, 8(1) 2016: 7-26.

Strategy in an Era of Rising Powers: The British Dilemma

Benjamin Zala, ‘Strategy in an Era of Rising Powers: The British Dilemma’, The RUSI Journal, 160(6) 2015: 12-18.

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