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Wronged by Empire: Post-Imperial Ideology and Foreign Policy in India and China (Studies in Asian Security), Miller, Manjari Chatterjee
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Author Name:    Miller, Manjari Chatterjee

Title:   Wronged by Empire: Post-Imperial Ideology and Foreign Policy in India and China (Studies in Asian Security)

Binding:   Hardcover

Book Condition:   New

Publisher:    Stanford University Press 

ISBN Number:   0804786526 / 9780804786522

Seller ID:   ING9780804786522

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Although India and China have very different experiences of colonialism, they respond to that history in a similar way--by treating it as a collective trauma. As a result they have a strong sense of victimization that affects their foreign policy decisions even today.
"Wronged by Empire" breaks new ground by blending this historical phenomenon, colonialism, with mixed methods--including archival research, newspaper data mining, and a new statistical method of content analysis--to explain the foreign policy choices of India and China: two countries that are continuously discussed but very rarely rigorously compared. By reference to their colonial past, Manjari Chatterjee Miller explains their puzzling behavior today. For example, she demonstrates why in important cases (such as India going nuclear in 1998 or China's fraught relationship with Japan) their foreign policy behavior is not consistent with the security explanations that are dominant in international relations.
More broadly, she argues that the transformative historical experience of a large category of actors--ex-colonies, who have previously been neglected in the study of international relations--can be used as a method to categorize states in the international system. In the process Miller offers a more inclusive way to analyze states than do traditional theories of international relations, which usually focus on the material power of states, meaning inevitably that they mostly discuss the behavior of states that have power enough to matter--in effect Western states.



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