Sino-US Relations and the Role of Emotion in State Action: Understanding Post-Cold War Crisis Interactions
Examining twenty-first century relations between the US and China, Shepperd investigates three well publicised crises between these states, highlighting how social interests relating to identity and emotional needs were key dynamics driving these interactions and their transformation.
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