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2013 Annual Meeting Program

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International Security and Arms Control
19-13   The Foreign Policy of Rising Powers: The Role of Status and Identity

Date: Saturday, Aug 31, 2013, 4:15 PM-6:00 PM  
Location: Room assignments are pending. Check back soon for room assignments. Only those registered for the meeting can view room assignments. Subject to change. Check the Final Program at the conference.
 
Co-sponsored by 20 Foreign Policy-5

 
Chair(s): Deborah Welch Larson
University of California, Los Angeles, [email protected]
Author(s):
Emerging Powers, Identity and Conflict Behavior: Is there a Renewed Russia Threat? 
Cameron G. Thies
University of Iowa, [email protected]
  Mark David Nieman
  University of Iowa, [email protected]
Between Sameness and Difference: World Society, Social Psychology, and the Construction of National Identity Conceptions  [Download Paper]
Jacques E.C. Hymans
University of Southern California, [email protected]
"Long Marches" vs. "Shortcuts to Greatness": The Chinese and Russian Quest for Identity 
Deborah Welch Larson
University of California, Los Angeles, [email protected]
  Alexei Shevchenko
  California State University, Fullerton, [email protected]
Constructivism's Micro-Foundations: Aspirations, Social Identity Theory, and Russia's National Interests  [Download Paper]
Anne L. Clunan
Naval Postgraduate School, [email protected]
The Trouble with Status in Good Times: Explaining China's Foreign Policy during the Western Financial Crisis 
Yong Deng
U.S. Naval Academy, [email protected]
Discussant(s): Peter Hays Gries
University of Oklahoma, [email protected]
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