Kathryn E. Stoner’s Russia Resurrected: Its Power and Purpose in a New Global Order and James Reilly’s Orchestration: China’s Economic Statecraft Across Asia and Europe
This double book review roundtable examines the drivers and international influence of Russia and China. It features Kathryn Stoner’s Russia Resurrected: Its Power and Purpose in a New Global Order and James Reilly’s Orchestration: China’s Economic Statecraft Across Asia and Europe.
Domestic Politics as the Driver and the Limitation to Statecraft
Domestic Drivers Influencing Russia-China Alignment: Implications for Challenging the West
Updating Neoclassical Realism: A New Angle on Global Power Projection
Author’s Response: Russia Is Not as Weak as We Think
Kathryn E. Stoner
Author’s Response: Understanding China’s Economic Statecraft
Marcin Kaczmarski is a Lecturer in Security Studies in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow (United Kingdom). In his research, he focuses on Russia-China relations, Russia’s foreign and security policy, comparative regionalism, and the role of rising powers in international politics. He is the author of Russia-China Relations in the Post-Crisis International Order (2015).
Robert Sutter is Professor of Practice of International Affairs at the Elliott School of the George Washington University (United States).
Alexander Korolev is a Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations in the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Design and Architecture, at the University of New South Wales Sydney (Australia).
Kathryn E. Stoner is Senior Fellow and Mosbacher Director of the Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, as well as a Professor of Political Science (by courtesy) and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution (by courtesy), all at Stanford University (United States).
James Reilly is an Associate Professor in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney (Australia). His research and teaching are in the areas of Chinese foreign policy, East Asian politics, and international relations.
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