PUBLICATIONS

Myth of Threat,U.S. Role and Mismatched Capabilities:The Demand and Supply Sides of European Defe...

[Author] Qi Haotian[Publisher and date] Chinese Journal of European Studies, Sixth Issue, 2018[Abstract] This paper examines the direction of European defense autonomy and integration from the perspective of security supply and demand through the analysis of military capabilities, potentials and military power contrasts among the stakeholders of European security issues at the operational leve...

  • Caesar's also belongs to God? -- Trump's Election Win and the U.S. Military Religious Conflict(C...

    [Author] Qi Haotian[Publisher and date] Chinese Journal of American Studies, Second Issue, 2017[Abstract] The generational change in population and the increasing liberal tendency have brought about a relative decline in religious beliefs in American society, and this decline has induced group anxiety among conservative Protestant forces and a backlash against the idea of unity in the military ...

    November 15, 2021 by iGCU
  • The Effect of Imagined Social Contact on Chinese Students' Perceptions of Japanese People

    [Author] Dong Wang, Alastair Iain Johnston, Baoyu Wang[Publisher and date]  The Journal of Conflict Resolution,  July 29th , 2020[Abstract] Social identity theory (SIT) suggests that perceived identity difference between groups predicts to intergroup conflict, including interstate conflict. Contact theory suggests that social contact between groups can help reduce intergroup conflict. Contact t...

    July 29, 2020 by iGCU
  • The impact of COVID-19 on the current Sino-U.S. relations and forward-looking analysis (Chinese E...

    [Author] Wang Dong[Publisher and date] The Journal of International Studies, June 1st, 2020[Abstract] As one of the largest public health crises in the history of the world, the New Pneumonia epidemic has highlighted the uncertainty of the U.S.-China relationship under the unprecedented changes of the century. The purpose of this paper is to analyze the development of U.S.-China relations bef...

    June 21, 2020 by iGCU
  • Why is there no Northeast Asian security architecture? – Assessing the strategic impediments to ...

    [Author] Dong Wang, Friso M. S. Stevens[Publisher and date]  The Pacific Review, January 3rd, 2020[Abstract] Exploring the ‘organization gap’ that exists in Northeast Asia, this article seeks to explain why there is no such minimal, Deutschian security community and discerns four impediments: played up islands disputes as a symptom of deep resentment shaped by histories of war and animosity;...

    February 3, 2020 by iGCU
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