Sino-Russian National Identities

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by Kendrick Kuo on 10/30/2013

In a new episode of China Pivots West about about China and Russian national identities, GILBERT ROZMAN discusses the concept of national identity, its use as an analytical tool to understand foreign policy, and its application to China and Russia. Rozman’s forthcoming book, The Sino-Russian Challenge to the World Order: The Impact of National Identities on International Relations, will be released next year.

Gilbert Rozman is retired Musgrave Professor of Sociology at Princeton University. He currently serves as the Editor of the Asan Forum. His recent work explores national identities China, Japan, Russia, and South Korea, to understand how they shape bilateral trust and evolving relations in the region.

To listen online, go to the China Pivots West page. To receive episodes as they come out, consider subscribing to the podcast on iTunes.

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Kendrick Kuo is a China specialist pursuing graduate studies at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. You can follow him on Twitter at @KendrickKuotes.

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