Journal Article, International Security, issue 2, volume 35
Michael Glosny and Phillip Saunders respond to Robert Ross's Fall 2009 International Security article, "China's Naval Nationalism: Sources, Prospects, and the U.S. Response."
Journal Article, International Security, issue 4, volume 33
The new Taiwan president and senior leaders in China have indicated a willingness to reach a cross-strait agreement. Such an agreement could reduce the possibility of a military confrontation in the Taiwan Strait. Although significant obstacles remain, if China negotiates a formal and generous agreement with Taiwan, a peace agreement—if reached—could endure.
Journal Article, International Security, issue 3, volume 23
The authors argue that nationalism and political legitimacy have been and will continue to be closely linked in China. In their view, however, fears that nationalism combined with China’s growing economic and military power will result in increasingly aggressive behavior are “overstated, or at least premature.”