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Theoretical Debates on Asia Series is initiated, organized and directed by Alvin Yang with the support from York Centre for Asian Research in Canada.

It is a series of debates that aim to address the phenomenon of emerging Indigenous international relations theories in Asia and new political economy approaches to study Asia. It brings together young scholars around the world to engage in theoretical debates on the emerging Indigenous international relations (IR) theories in Asia new IR and global political economy (GPE) approaches to study Asia.

The series has covered diverse topics, including the emerging Chinese IR theories,  Southeast Asia-China relations, new political economy approaches to study capitalisms in Asia, the Belt and Road Initiative, power transition in light of a rising Asia, and Global IR.

Through this series, we aim to create an open, free, and welcoming forum where young scholars with competing perspectives can engage in stimulating theoretical debates with each other. It especially encourages and features novel, unconventional and creative ways of thinking about international relations and the global political economy. 

Debating on Emerging Chinese International Relations Theories

Debating on Emerging Chinese International Relations Theories

Debating on Emerging Chinese International Relations Theories
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Debating Emerging Chinese International Relations Theories [Part 4/4]

Debating Emerging Chinese International Relations Theories [Part 4/4]

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A Hybridized Approach to Chinese IR Theories: Branding, Knowledge Prod & Global Value Chain (Pt 2/4)

A Hybridized Approach to Chinese IR Theories: Branding, Knowledge Prod & Global Value Chain (Pt 2/4)

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Tianxia Theory as a World Political Argument (Part 1/4)

Tianxia Theory as a World Political Argument (Part 1/4)

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