Monthly Archives: April 2013

Has China Reached a Turning Point? No. It’s reached four.

I was invited to participate in a symposium hosted at Quinnipiac University on “A Resurgent China.” The suggested topic was “Has China Reached a Tipping Point?” After ensuring that I could slightly edge the discussion away from Malcolm Gladwell, I agreed. … Continue reading

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Sub-national Data in International Relations

We live in a complex world and tell all kinds of different stories about its machinations. Social science can be thought of as attempting to systematize and improve our knowledge of the way that the world works. Sometimes this involves … Continue reading

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