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is still eclipsed by the northern giant. The question yet to be answered is whether Vietnam and China can find that equilibrium in their asymmetric relationship. 1 Analyses on Vietnam–China relations are often centred around two approaches, one historical and the other geopolitical. 2 There is no

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies
Author: Paul Odhiambo

acceptable to itself. This means that the dominant state is not ‘omnipotent’ while the smaller state is not ‘impotent.’ Womack further notes that in asymmetric relationship perspectives diverge. Capabilities of a state determines its perspective towards external engagement. While the smaller state has more

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In: The African Review
Author: Stepan Wood

granted out of self-interest or moral conviction. 168 I suspect that this form of legitimacy is more common than previously thought, 169 and might help to explain not just my second puzzle but also the asymmetrical relationship between iso and iseal that I described earlier. 5

In: Tilburg Law Review
Author: Odd Magne Bakke

asymmetrical relationships of power, the conclusion is that his representation of the Africans contains elements that should be classi- fi ed as racist. Keywords Norwegian mission, Olav Guttorm Myklebust, racism, representation of Africans * I would like to thank Dr. Brian McNeil for translating the original

In: Mission Studies

asymmetries. We focus specifi cally on responses or ‘strategies’ employed by third parties to manage dis- putes arising from asymmetrical relationships. We suggest that third parties can choose between two main strategies when situating themselves in an asymmetri- cal context. First, they can disregard the

In: International Negotiation
Author: Dewen Lü

relationship mechanism of urban violence: violence is characteristically relational, not individual – its production is not because people attack one another but because the existing compliance model has been shaken. In the practice of gray governance, there is an asymmetric relationship between governor and

In: Urban Chinese Governance, Contention, and Social Control in the New Millennium

is track-II diplomacy involves an asymmetrical relationship between a state and an often nebulous and evasive group. Its management is most paradoxical, for the negotiation is a non-negotiation and the counterparts are the most unlikely of negotiators. Th is article analyses the very specific elements

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy