Hal Brands | American Enterprise Institute
China’s behavior is difficult to understand solely, or even primarily, through a “realist” lens. A paradigm of regime realism — one that combines an understanding of power and anarchy with an appreciation of ideology and the nature of a country’s government — offers greater insight.
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