1. East Asia’s Power Shift: The Flaws and Hazards of the Debate and How to Avoid Them
  2. Linus Hagström, Björn Jerdén
  3. pp. 337-362
  4. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2014.0014
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  1. So What About a Power Shift? Caveat Emptor
  2. Steve Chan
  3. pp. 363-385
  4. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2014.0015
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  1. Rethinking Chinese Power: A Conceptual Corrective to the “Power Shift” Narrative
  2. Chengxin Pan
  3. pp. 387-410
  4. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2014.0016
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  1. Is China’s Discursive Power Increasing? The “Power of the Past” in Sino-Japanese Relations
  2. Karl Gustafsson
  3. pp. 411-433
  4. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2014.0017
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  1. Overestimating the “Power Shift”: The US Role in the Failure of the Democratic Party of Japan’s “Asia Pivot”
  2. Paul O’Shea
  3. pp. 435-459
  4. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2014.0018
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  1. Revisiting Japan’s Cultural Diplomacy: A Critique of the Agent-Level Approach to Japan’s Soft Power
  2. Alexander Bukh
  3. pp. 461-485
  4. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2014.0019
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  1. North Korea in the World: Plus Ça Change?
  2. Walter C. Clemens Jr.
  3. pp. 487-491
  4. DOI: 10.1353/apr.2014.0020
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