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A Glimpse Into Chinese Nationalism
A new survey gauges popular support for actions on China’s maritime disputes, with some surprising results.
Anti-Japan protests erupt in China over islands row
Anti-Japan Protests in China
Anti-Japan riots in China: Questions raised over role of police
China protests French retailer Carrefour – Unrest in Tibet, Olympic torch tensions create backlash in China
Chinese Nationalism and Its Future Prospects - An Interview with Yingjie Guo
Chinese Nationalism: The CCP's 'Double-Edged Sword'
Jessica Chen Weiss, author of the book Powerful Patriots, on nationalist protests and China’s foreign policy.
Nationalism in China
1999: Chinese anger at embassy bombing
POPULAR NATIONALISM IN CHINA AND THE SINO-JAPANESE RELATIONSHIP
THE CONFLICT IN THE EAST CHINA SEA AN INTRODUCTORY STUDY [READ PAGES 10 AND 11 ONLY]
The Legacy of China's May Fourth Movement
The Roots of Chinese Nationalism