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Bonds Across Borders: Women, China, and International Relations in the Modern World
At both the theoretical and practical level, the relationship between women, gender, and international relations has become increasingly controversial in recent years. This collection of essays by twenty leading scholars and diplomatic practitioners from China, Hong Kong, the United States, and Great Britain crosses national, disciplinary, cultural, professional, and gender boundaries to approach this subject from a wide variety of comparative perspectives, designed to stimulate further debate and research. Its very first chapter raises the central question: why we should focus on women/gender and IR. The rest of the volume proceeds to answer it brilliantly. This indispensable collection will make it difficult, at the least, to imagine that it is possible to discuss international relations without also discussing gender.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-ix(9)

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Women/Gender and International Relations: An Overview
pp. 34-47(14)
Author: Foot, Rosemary

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War and Peace from a Gender Perspective
pp. 82-91(10)
Author: Chuanrong, Hu

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Women and Security Studies: Some Observations
pp. 101-102(2)
Author: Chunsi, Wu

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Women and Diplomacy
pp. 135-146(12)
Author: Bloch, Julia Chang

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Women in a Changing World
pp. 147-154(8)
Author: Yimin, Song

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Women, Marriage, and International Relations
pp. 159-175(17)
Author: Yingtao, Li

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The Song Sisters and British Diplomacy Toward China, 1915–1943
pp. 178-191(14)
Author: Kit-Ching, Chan Lau

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Women Missionaries and Sino-British Relations, 1900–1949
pp. 201-216(16)
Author: Cunich, Peter

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“This One Thing I Do”: A Single-Minded American in China
pp. 230-238(9)
Author: Owen, Norman G.

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Gender and International Relations: Future Directions
pp. 274-279(6)
Author: Yarr, Linda J.

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pp. 280-300(21)

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