Member publication: Who’s Afraid of Confucius?

Dear H-PRC: I have a new contribution coming out on the Confucius Institutes: 

Fiskesjö, Magnus. Who’s Afraid of Confucius? Fear, Encompassment, and the Global Debates over the Confucius Institutes.

In: Yellow Perils: China Narratives in the Contemporary World, ed. Franck Billé and Sören Urbansky. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2018, pp. 221-245. 

The book will come out very soon, this month or next, it is already listed: http://www.uhpress.hawaii.edu/p-9993-9780824875794.aspx

Re: H-Diplo Article Review 735 on “More Than a Tacit Alliance: Trade, Soft Power and U.S.-Chinese Rapprochement Reconsidered.”

Tao Wang's H-Diplo review of Mao Lin's article “More Than a Tacit Alliance: Trade, Soft Power and U.S.- Chinese Rapprochement Reconsidered” from the Journal of American East Asian Relations https://networks.h-net.org/system/files/contributed-files/ar735.pdf stated that according to Mao Lin's article, Lyndon Johnson's administration "decided to supplement the containment of China with 'free flow of ideas and people and goods' to moderate China’s radical diplomacy and draw China toward the West (54).

H-Diplo Article Review 735 on “More Than a Tacit Alliance: Trade, Soft Power and U.S.-Chinese Rapprochement Reconsidered.”

H-Diplo

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Article Review
No. 735
5 January 2018

Article Review Editors: Thomas Maddux and Diane Labrosse
Web and Production Editor: George Fujii

H-Diplo Article Review of Mao Lin.  “More Than a Tacit Alliance:  Trade, Soft Power and U.S.-Chinese Rapprochement Reconsidered.”  Journal of American-East Asian Relations 24 (2017): 41-77.

URL: http://tiny.cc/AR735

TOC Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, Vol. 46, Issue 2

TOC Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, Vol. 46, Issue 2

Here comes the latest edition of the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, the only true OPEN ACCESS journal in the field of Modern China Studies! All articles are ready to be downloaded free of charge.

Table of contents: Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 2/2017
<http://www.CurrentChineseAffairs.org>

 

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