EASSC Publications

Title

Crises as Impetus for Institutionalization: Maritime Crisis Management Mechanisms in China’s Near Seas

Date of this Version

1-1-2016

Document Type

Book Chapter

Abstract

This chapter considers the management of crises. Without established and functional mechanisms, insignificant events can unexpectedly and rapidly create global predicaments. An important strategic priority for China is thus the ability to create mechanisms that will prevent degeneration of international relations, and potentially enable a resolution of historically unsolvable problems.

https://www.routledge.com/products/9780415707343

Journal, Book or Conference Title

China's Strategic Priorities

Publisher

Routledge

Editor

Jonathan H. Ping and Brett McCormick

Publication Details

Author information: Gaye Christoffersen is Resident Professor of International Politics at the Johns Hopkins‑Nanjing Center. She obtained a Ph.D. from the Political Science Department, University of Hawaii. She has been a Fulbright professor, received an East-West Center award, an IREX Travel Award, and a Social Science Research Council Faculty Professional Development Grant. Her research focus has been primarily on transnational, non‑traditional security issues such as piracy, energy, and other issues on which East Asian nations cooperate in Asian multilateral regimes.

ISBN

9780415707343

Start Page

62

End Page

79

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