Maria Adele Carrai

Photo of Maria Adele CarraiPhoto | Ryan Lash / TEDMaria Adele Carrai specializes in the history of international law in East Asia and is the author of Sovereignty in China: A Genealogy of a Concept since 1840. She is Assistant Professor of Global China Studies at New York University Shanghai.

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Cover: The China Questions 2: Critical Insights into US-China RelationsThe China Questions 2: Critical Insights into US-China RelationsCarrai, Maria Adele
Rudolph, Jennifer
Szonyi, Michael
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