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Why Is China America’s Favorite Threat? Book chapter
出自: The China Questions II: Critical Insights into US-China Relations, Cambridge, MA:Harvard University Press, 2022, 页码: 38-44
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin
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The Real Fourth Estate? Portrayals of Trump’s Rise in the Foreign Media of Friendly Countries Journal article
Policy Studies, 2022,Volume: 43,Issue: 4,Page: 838-859
Authors:  Nwokora, Zim;  Isakhan, Benjamin;  Pan, Chengxin
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Media  Fourth Estate  Comparative Media Systems  Donald Trump  Communication Theory  
Narrating the South Pacific in and Beyond Great Power Politics Journal article
East Asia, 2022,Volume: 39,Issue: 1,Page: 1-11
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin;  Clarke, Matthew
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China’s Rise  Everyday Knowledge Production  Great Power Politics  Narrative  The South Pacific  
The Rise of China and Its Challenges to International Relations Theory Book chapter
出自: China's Rise and Rethinking International Relations Theory, Bristol, UK:Bristol University Press, 2022, 页码: 1-19
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin;  Kavalski, Emilian
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China’s Rise as Holographic Transition: A Relational Challenge to IR’s Newtonian Ontology Book chapter
出自: China's Rise and Rethinking International Relations Theory:Bristol University Press, 2022, 页码: 210-233
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin
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China's Rise and Rethinking International Relations Theory Book
Bristol, UK:Bristol University Press, 2022
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin;  Kavalski, Emilian
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China's Rise  International Relations Theory  Theory Building  Knowledge Production  Eurocentrism  
Ontological (In)Security and Neoliberal Governmentality: Explaining Australia’s China Emergency Journal article
Australian Journal of Politics and History, 2021,Volume: 67,Issue: 3-4,Page: 454-473
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin;  Hagström, Linus
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Australia-china Relations  Australian Foreign Policy  China Threat  Ontological Security  Neoliberalism  Governmentality  
A Development-based Approach to Human Rights: The Case of China and Its Implications for North Korea Book chapter
出自: China and Human Rights in North Korea: Debating a “Developmental Approach” in Northeast Asia:Routledge, 2021
Authors:  Pan, Chengxin
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A Developmental Approach to North Korea’s Human Rights Problem: Lessons from China? Book chapter
出自: China and Human Rights in North Korea: Debating a “Developmental Approach” in Northeast Asia:Routledge, 2021, 页码: 3-21
Authors:  He, Baogang;  Pan, Chengxin;  Hundt, David
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China and Human Rights in North Korea: Debating a “Developmental Approach” in Northeast Asia Book
London:Routledge, 2021
Authors:  He, Baogang;  Hundt, David;  Pan, Chengxin
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Chinese Experience  Human Rights  Development-based Approach  North Korea