William A. Callahan
William A. Callahan
Professor of International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science
Verified email at lse.ac.uk - Homepage
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China: The pessoptimist nation
WA Callahan
OUP Oxford, 2009
5312009
China: The pessoptimist nation
WA Callahan
OUP Oxford, 2009
5312009
Chinese visions of world order: post-hegemonic or a new hegemony?
WA Callahan
International Studies Review 10 (4), 749-761, 2008
4932008
National insecurities: Humiliation, salvation, and Chinese nationalism
WA Callahan
Alternatives 29 (2), 199-218, 2004
3882004
China’s “Asia Dream” the belt road initiative and the new regional order
WA Callahan
Asian Journal of Comparative Politics 1 (3), 226-243, 2016
3622016
China dreams: 20 visions of the future
WA Callahan
Oxford University Press, 2013
2642013
History, identity, and security: Producing and consuming nationalism in China
WA Callahan
Critical Asian Studies 38 (2), 179-208, 2006
1772006
Vote-buying in Thailand's northeast: the July 1995 general election
WA Callahan, D McCargo
Asian Survey 36 (4), 376-392, 1996
1601996
Contingent states: Greater China and transnational relations
WA Callahan
U of Minnesota Press, 2004
1572004
Contingent states: Greater China and transnational relations
WA Callahan
U of Minnesota Press, 2004
1572004
Contingent states: Greater China and transnational relations
WA Callahan
U of Minnesota Press, 2004
1572004
Identity and security in China: the negative soft power of the China dream
WA Callahan
Politics 35 (3-4), 216-229, 2015
1562015
Sino-speak: Chinese exceptionalism and the politics of history
WA Callahan
The Journal of Asian Studies 71 (1), 33-55, 2012
1452012
The cartography of national humiliation and the emergence of China's geobody
WA Callahan
Public Culture 21 (1), 141-173, 2009
1312009
Social capital and corruption: Vote buying and the politics of reform in Thailand
WA Callahan
Perspectives on Politics 3 (3), 495-508, 2005
1312005
The Rise of China. How to Understand China: The Dangers and Opportunities of Being a Rising Power
WA Callahan
Review of International Studies 31 (4), 701-714, 2005
1182005
China orders the world: Normative soft power and foreign policy
E Barabantseva, WA Callahan
Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2012
962012
Beyond cosmopolitanism and nationalism: diasporic Chinese and neo-nationalism in China and Thailand
WA Callahan
International Organization 57 (3), 481-517, 2003
932003
Nationalising international theory: race, class and the English school
WA Callahan
Global Society 18 (4), 305-323, 2004
872004
History, Tradition and the China Dream: socialist modernization in the World of Great Harmony
WA Callahan
Journal of Contemporary China 24 (96), 983-1001, 2015
852015
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