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China's Use of Military Force in Foreign Affairs


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1. Introduction2. Why Nations go to War3. China's Korean War, 1950-19534. The Sino-Indian War of 19625. The Sino-Soviet Border Clashes of 19696. China's Vietnam War, 19797. Conclusion

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Markus B. Liegl is a PhD candidate at the Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany.


"[...]Liegl's work has the combined merit of expanding scholarly debates on the role of 'emotions' in IR and providing a sophisticated explanation for the role of status and standing in Chinese foreign policy. The timely topic and the author's rigorous analyses further contribute to make the book particularly appealing to any scholar interested in exploring and understanding the various geopolitical implications of China's rise in the current world."--Mauro Barelli, Journal of Conflict and Security Law

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