Tribute, Asymmetry, and Imperial Formations: Rethinking Relations of Power in East Asia

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations
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Abstract

In organizing the conference “History and China's Foreign Relations, ” John Wills set two difficult tasks for the participants. The first was to consider the role of the academy in U.S. policy-making toward China and surmise whether academics were more influential in John Fairbank's day than today. The second involved a consideration of the models or theoretical constructs used for characterizing China's relations with other countries. Although there is much to say about the relation between area studies and the state, my focus will be on the latter topic, models and theories of foreign relations.

Tribute, Asymmetry, and Imperial Formations: Rethinking Relations of Power in East Asia

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations

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