EASSC Publications

Title

The Role of History in Constructing a Context for International Relations: Strategies for Transcending Divergent Histories in Diplomatic Dialogue

Date of this Version

2011

Document Type

Book Chapter

Journal, Book or Conference Title

Chinese Engagements: Regional Issues with Global Implications

Publisher

Bond University Press

Editor

Jonathan H. Ping and Brett McCormick

Publication Details

Author Information: Brett McCormick is the Director of Global Studies at the University of New Haven. He received his B.A. in Asian Studies at the State University of Stony Brook, and his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in History at Cornell University. His publications and research interests have included the fields of early modern Chinese and Japanese intellectual history and political philosophy, contemporary East Asian diplomatic and security relations, and particular focus on China-Japan relations.

ISBN

978-0-9806187-6-1 (pbk.) 978-0-9806187-7-8 (e-book)

Start Page

15

End Page

44

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