Australia is a middle power caught between rising dependence on China, which seeks a sinocentric region, and growing security reliance on the U.S., which strives for a trans-Pacific community supporting universal values. In light of the Sino-U.S. identity gap and different concepts of regionalism, its response becomes clearer.
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Research Article| April 01 2014
The Sino-U.S. National Identity Gap, Australia, and the Formation of an Asia-Pacific Community
Asian Survey (2014) 54 (2): 343–366.
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Gilbert Rozman; The Sino-U.S. National Identity Gap, Australia, and the Formation of an Asia-Pacific Community. Asian Survey 1 April 2014; 54 (2): 343–366. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/as.2014.54.2.343
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