Crises as Impetus for Institutionalization: Maritime Crisis Management Mechanisms in China’s Near Seas
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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.
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China's Strategic Priorities
Jonathan H. Ping and Brett McCormick
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