international political economy

The Influence of an Internationalizing Coalition on Political Leaders: A Key Intermediate Variable in the Relationship between Trade Interdependence and International Conflict

The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that the influence of an
internationalizing coalition on political leaders is a key mediating variable
in the relationship between trade interdependence and international
conflict. In the literature, scholars have contradicting theories and empirical
conclusions about whether trade interdependence promotes peace or
conflict. In this article, I argue that, dyadically, the pacifying effect of trade
interdependence is conditional upon the influence of an internationalizing

Economic Leap – Forward, Political Stalemate? --the Trends of Taiwan – Chinese Relations in the Early Post – Cold War Era

Economic exchange between Taiwan and China has been growing rapidly since the mid 1980s. Hong Kong/China has become the largest export market for Taiwan as of October 1995. Meanwhile, China is also the largest recipient of the political interaction that h

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