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The West versus Beijing? The West versus Beijing?
The West Versus Beijing? (Blue text on flag puzzle background)
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electronic
Pages
14

In this East-West Center Occasional Paper, distinguished researchers from the Peterson Institute of International Economics, Dr. Marcus Noland and Dr. Cullen S. Hendrix, elucidate US-Sino competition and the mechanisms major powers use to build and mobilize coalitions through an in-depth analysis of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) vote on debating human rights conditions in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region of China.

In this East-West Center Occasional Paper, distinguished researchers from the Peterson Institute of International Economics, Dr. Marcus Noland and Dr. Cullen S. Hendrix, elucidate US-Sino competition and the mechanisms major powers use to build and mobilize coalitions through an in-depth analysis of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) vote on debating human rights conditions in the Xinjiang Autonomous Region of China.

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