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- Introduction to the Special Issue: Power, Narratives, and the Role of Third Parties: Understanding Power (Shift) in East Asia, Asian Perspective, 43(2), Mikael Weissmann & Mingjiang Li, Guest Editors, pp. 215-221, DOI: 10.1353/apr.2019.0008
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- “Will Trump make China great again? The belt and road initiative and international order” (with Astrid H. M. Nordin), International Affairs, published ahead of print Feb 2018, iix242, https://doi.org/10.1093/ia/iix242
- Sweden’s approach to China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Still a glass half-empty (with Elin Rappe), UI Paper, No.1, September 2017.
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- “Chinese Foreign Policy in a Global Perspective: A Responsible Reformer “Striving For Achievement”“, Journal of China and International Relations, 3(1), 2015: 151- 166.
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- ”China’s Maritime Embroilments” (with Lowell
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editor for this special issue, which is the outcome
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- A European Strategy towards East Asia: moving from good intentions to action, UI Occasional Paper No. 19, Stockholm: The Swedish Institute of International Affairs, 2013.
- ”Kinas mjuka makt – Finns den? Vad betyder den?”, Kinarapport 4/2012, 2012: pp. 28-31.
- “The South China Sea Conflict and Sino-ASEAN Relations: A Study in Conflict Prevention and Peace Building”, Asian Perspective, 34: 3, 2010.
- “Can China Untie the Gordian Knot in North Korea?”, (with Niklas L.P. Swanström), Korean Journal of International Studies, 31:1, 2004.
- “The Chinese Impact on the DPRK Negotiations” (with Niklas L. P. Swanström), Peace Review, 16:2, 2004.