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Title: East asian national identities: Common roots and Chinese exceptionalism [Book Review]
Authors: Cho, Young Chul
Keywords: National identities of China
East Asian international relations
Issue Date: Jul-2013
Publisher: The China Journal
Citation: Cho, Y.C. (2013).East Asian National Identities: Common Roots and Chinese Exceptionalism, edited by Gilbert Rozman. Washington: Woodrow Wilson Center Press; Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2012[Book review] In The Cambridge Law Journal, 76(01), 197–200.
Abstract: This edited book offers a detailed, discerning analysis of national identities of China, Japan and South Korea with a potential bearing on East Asian international relations today. The book intends not only to grasp in-depth knowledge of the three countries’ national identity construction, but also to compare the similarities and differences between them in the way of “understanding what makes East Asia distinctive”.
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