Journal

New Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 1/2019

This issue of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs analyses various topics like the growing separatist tendencies in Hongkong, kinship in 21st century China, or UK’s strategic partnership with China.

Journal of Current Chinese Affairs Vol. 48, No. 1 (2019)

Research Articles

  • Qin Pang, Fan Jiang: Hong Kong’s Growing Separatist Tendencies against China’s Rise: Comparing Mainland and Hong Kong College Students’ National Identities
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  • Juan Chen: Values Reconciliation: Constructing the Exemplary Ideal Personhood through Overseas Education
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  • Man Guo, Carsten Herrmann-Pillath: Exploring Extended Kinship in Twenty-First-Century China: A Conceptual Case Study
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  • Xiaodi Ye: Rediscovering the Transition in China’s National Interest: A Neoclassical Realist Approach
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Analyses

  • Paul Irwin Crookes, John Farnell: The UK’s Strategic Partnership with China beyond Brexit: Economic Opportunities Facing Political Constraints
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Other News

In brief |

As is usual on Mondays, New Zealand’s cabinet will convene on 8 June 2020 to conduct government business. But this promises to be no ordinary cabinet meeting: it is likely to lead to a return to normal life for many New Zealanders.

In brief |

Article by Amrita Narlikar, 26 May 2020 – As COVID19 spreads death and destruction, one may well ask the question: will multilateralism be yet another victim of this global pandemic?

Journal |

More democracy in Myanmar? The current special issue of the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs focuses on the political developments since the beginning of the democratic transformation process in 2011, offering background analyses on topics such as legislative institutionalisation, party structures, and the persistent violence against minorities.