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Chengxin Pan
Chengxin Pan
University of Macau
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Knowledge, desire and power in global politics: Western representations of China's rise
C Pan
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012
1852012
The ‘Indo-Pacific’and geopolitical anxieties about China's rise in the Asian regional order
C Pan
Australian Journal of International Affairs 68 (4), 453-469, 2014
1602014
The “China Threat” in American self-imagination: The discursive construction of other as power politics
C Pan
Alternatives 29 (3), 305-331, 2004
1382004
What is Chinese about Chinese businesses? Locating the ‘rise of China’in global production networks
C Pan
Journal of Contemporary China 18 (58), 7-25, 2009
572009
Theorizing China’s rise in and beyond international relations
C Pan, E Kavalski
International Relations of the Asia-pacific 18 (3), 289-311, 2018
422018
Toward a new relational ontology in global politics: China’s rise as holographic transition
C Pan
International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 18 (3), 339-367, 2018
352018
Othering as soft-power discursive practice: China Daily’s construction of Trump’s America in the 2016 presidential election
C Pan, B Isakhan, Z Nwokora
Politics 40 (1), 54-69, 2020
322020
Enfolding wholes in parts: quantum holography and International Relations
C Pan
European Journal of International Relations 26 (1_suppl), 14-38, 2020
272020
Rethinking Chinese power: a conceptual corrective to the" power shift" narrative
C Pan
Asian Perspective 38 (3), 387-410, 2014
232014
Local agency and complex power shifts in the era of belt and road: perceptions of Chinese aid in the South Pacific
C Pan, M Clarke, S Loy-Wilson
Journal of Contemporary China 28 (117), 385-399, 2019
212019
Getting excited about China
C Pan
Australia’s Asia: From yellow peril to Asian century, 245, 2012
212012
Neoconservatism as discourse: Virtue, power and US foreign policy
C Pan, O Turner
European Journal of International Relations 23 (1), 74-96, 2017
202017
The threat of autocracy diffusion in consolidated democracies? The case of China, Singapore and Australia
M Chou, C Pan, A Poole
Contemporary Politics 23 (2), 175-194, 2017
192017
Contractual thinking and responsible government in China: a constructivist framework for analysis
C Pan
China Review, 49-75, 2008
192008
Neoconservatism, US–China conflict, and Australia's ‘great and powerful friends’ dilemma
C Pan
The Pacific Review 19 (4), 429-448, 2006
172006
Community development
S Rai
Ci Dia, 2001
17*2001
Australia's self-identity and three modes of imagining Asia: A critical perspective on ‘Asia literacy'
C Pan
Asia literate schooling in the Asian century, 197-210, 2015
162015
Knowing Asia and re-imagining the Australian self
C Pan
Curriculum Perspectives 33 (3), 77-79, 2013
162013
‘Peaceful Rise’and China’s new international contract: the state in change in transnational society
C Pan
The Chinese State in Transition, 143-160, 2008
162008
COVID-19, democracies, and (de) colonialities
MS Scauso, G FitzGerald, AB Tickner, NC Behera, C Pan, C Shih, ...
Democratic Theory 7 (2), 82-93, 2020
152020
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