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On SAGE Insight: Value creation from big data: Looking inside the black box

From Strategic Organization The advent of big data is fundamentally changing the business landscape. Increasingly, companies are exploring how big data can be used to create and capture value. ‘Big data is about massive amounts of observational data, of different … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Getting print out: Self-publishing may be a new solution to censorship in China and other countries

From Index on Censorship Crowdsourcing is helping authors get their books directly to audiences when traditional publishers are worried about government pressure. In some countries where censorship of literature is commonplace, authors are pursuing other options by circulating a free … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: China’s diplomatic initiatives in the Middle East: The quest for a great-power role in the region

From International Relations Since the early 2010s, there have been mounting calls in China to intensify its role in the Middle East. So what role does China actually strive for in the Middle East? Following the outburst of the Arab … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The obstacles in the path of the success of women journalists in Chinese media

Article title: Naked Swimmers: Chinese women journalists’ experience of media commercialization From Media Culture Society In accordance with the global trend of women’s employment in journalism, China has witnessed an unprecedented increase in women’s participation in the news profession over … Continue reading

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Freedom of Navigation Assertions: The United States as the world’s policeman

From Armed Forces & Society Freedom of navigation operational assertions (FONAs) are assertive operations carried out mainly by the U.S. Navy when other nations impose what the U.S. considers excessive restrictions on the freedom of navigation anywhere in the world. … Continue reading

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Rising powers and state transformation: The case of China

From European Journal of International Relations This article draws attention to the transformation of statehood under globalisation as  a crucial dynamic shaping the emergence and conduct of ‘rising powers’. Recently, ‘rising powers’ have gripped scholars and political leaders alike. The … Continue reading

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Nuclear modernization programs threaten to prolong the nuclear era

How best to approach nuclear modernization?: A US response From Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists This article leads with the US contribution to global perspectives on ambitious nuclear modernization programs. Georgetown University professor Matthew Kroenig argues that: ”Failure to modernize … Continue reading

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Computer game reduces issues associated with AD/HD in children in China

A Preliminary Multiple Case Report of Neurocognitive Training for Children with AD/HD in China From SAGE Open Children diagnosed with AD/HD can improve their behavior and social interactions in the classroom by playing a computer game that exercises their concentration, … Continue reading

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Special Issue: Changing work, labor and employment relations in China

Guest editors: Sarosh Kuruvilla and Eli Friedman From Human Relations  This special issue exemplifies experiments and developments in China. In this introduction to ‘Changing work, labor and employment relations in China’, authors argue that China is taking an experimental and … Continue reading

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The US air sea battle strategy developed in response to increased concern with China

Air sea battle A case study in structural inattention and subterranean forces From Armed Forces & Society American threat assessments increasingly view China as a major threat to the United States’ role in the Asia-Pacific region, to its commitments to its … Continue reading

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The impact of headache disorders in China

Headache yesterday in China: A new approach to estimating the burden of headache, applied in a general-population survey in China From Cephalalgia Headache is a major global public-health problem, although everywhere it is under-recognized as such. In 2004, the World … Continue reading

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China’s nuclear dilemma

Making China’s nuclear war plan From The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists The authors of this study believe that this is the first comprehensive non-governmental study on how China’s nuclear-war plan was developed. They examine the evolution of China’s overall … Continue reading

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Censoring cyberspace

From Index on censorship This special issue calls for a new approach to tackling censorship online. As cyberspace has become the arena for political activism, governments are growing more sophisticated in controlling free expression online – from surveillance to filtering. … Continue reading

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