Daniel W. Drezner

Is China a responsible stakeholder or a revisionist superpower?

That’s the question that’s being asked at a UCLA conference I’m attending today.  I’ll blog some of the more interesting answers I hear if I get a chance.  In the meanwhile, however, there’s no reason that readers can’t answer that question on their own in the comments. 

That's the question that's being asked at a UCLA conference I'm attending today.  I'll blog some of the more interesting answers I hear if I get a chance. 

In the meanwhile, however, there's no reason that readers can't answer that question on their own in the comments. 

That’s the question that’s being asked at a UCLA conference I’m attending today.  I’ll blog some of the more interesting answers I hear if I get a chance. 

In the meanwhile, however, there’s no reason that readers can’t answer that question on their own in the comments. 

Daniel W. Drezner is a professor of international politics at Tufts University’s Fletcher School. He blogged regularly for Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2014. Twitter: @dandrezner

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