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Nationalist Sentiments Run High in Asian Territorial Disputes


  • Elliot Brennan


Spot fire disputes have sparked across Asia, with the winds of nationalism spurring them on. If one flares up it could ignite a region. Escalating tensions should have mediators vigilant and with pails of water at the ready. With tensions escalating rapidly in Asia’s territorial disputes, this Policy Brief takes a look at the current situation and some of the possible triggers for conflict. [ISDP Policy Brief No. 98]. URL:[].

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  • Elliot Brennan, 2012. "Nationalist Sentiments Run High in Asian Territorial Disputes," Working Papers id:5111, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:5111
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