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2006

International Law

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International Law And The Rise Of China, Eric A. Posner, John Yoo Jan 2006

International Law And The Rise Of China, Eric A. Posner, John Yoo

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The standard example is that of Germany, whose economic and military might increased rapidly after unification in 1871, resulting in expansionist tendencies that were resisted by the status quo powers-France, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union.4 The basic strategic problem for the US is that it must yield to China as China's power increases, but it should not yield too much. Relatively minor incidents-America's accidental bombing of the Chinese Embassy in Belgrade in 1999 and China's capture of an American spy plane in 2001-provoked extreme public reactions in China.5 China's leaders have shown themselves ...


Counterintuitive: Intelligence Operations And International Law, Glenn Sulmasy, John Yoo Jan 2006

Counterintuitive: Intelligence Operations And International Law, Glenn Sulmasy, John Yoo

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