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Deans, Philip (2005) Asian regionalisms. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Deans, Philip (2005) 'Cross-straits relations since 1949: from radicalism to conservatism and back again.' In: Schucher, Gunter and Schueller, Margot, (eds.), Perspectives on Cross-Straits Relations: Views from Europe. Hamburg: Mitteilungen des Instituts fur Asienkunde, pp. 35-54.

Deans, Philip (2005) 'Cross-straits relations since 1949: from radicalism to conservatism and back again.' Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 34 (3). pp. 25-36.

Deans, Philip and Dobson, Hugo (2005) 'East Asian Postage Stamps as Socio-Political Artefacts.' East Asia: An International Quarterly, 22. pp. 3-7.

Deans, Philip (2005) 'The Internet in the People's Republic of China: censorship and participation.' In: Abbott, J, (ed.), The Political Economy of the Internet in Asia: Digital Divides, Economic Competitiveness and Security Challenges. Westport, CN: Greenwood, pp. 123-138.

Deans, Philip (2005) 'Isolation, Identity and Taiwanese Stamps as Vehicles for Regime Legitimation.' East Asia: An International Quarterly, 22 (2). pp. 8-30.

Deans, Philip (2005) 'Nationalism and National Self Assertion in the People's Republic of China: State Patriotism versus Popular Nationalism?' Copenhagen Journal of Asian Studies, 21. pp. 45-63.

Deans, Philip (2005) New Challenges in Sino-Japanese relations. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Deans, Philip (2005) Yasukuni re-visited. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Deans, Philip (2002) 'China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.' In: Keesings Annual Register. Rockville: Keesings Worldwide, pp. 365-373.

Deans, Philip (2002) 'The PRC, Taiwan and Hong Kong.' In: Lewis, D. S. and Clifton, Laura, (eds.), Keesings Annual Register. Bethesda, MD: Keesing's Worldwide LLC, pp. 348-356.

Deans, Philip (2002) 'The Taiwan Question: reconciling the irreconcilable.' In: Söderberg, Marie, (ed.), Chinese-Japanese Relations in the 21st Century: complementairty and conflict. London: Routledge, pp. 88-102. (European Institute of Japanese Studies East Asian Economics and Business Series)

Deans, Philip (2002) 'Taiwan and Japan's Foreign Relations: Virtual Diplomacy and Informal Politics.' In: Zhao, Quansheng, (ed.), Future Trends in East Asian International Relations Security, Politics, and Economics in the 21st Century. London: Frank Cass, pp. 151-178.

Deans, Philip (2001) 'Bush's China Policy: Understanding the First 100 Days.' RUSI Journal, 146 (3). pp. 77-81.

Deans, Philip (2001) 'China, Taiwan and Hong Kong.' In: Keesings Annual Register. Rockville: Keesings Worldwide, pp. 331-340.

Deans, Philip (2001) 'A Democracy Craving for Recognition: A Pessimistic View of the Impact of Democratisation on Taiwan's International Status.' China Perspectives, 34. pp. 35-47.

Deans, Philip (2001) 'Taiwan and Japan's Foreign Relations: Virtual Diplomacy and Informal Politics.' Journal of Strategic Studies, 24 (4). pp. 151-178.

Deans, Philip (2000) 'Contending Nationalisms and the Diaoyutai/Senkaku Disputes.' Security Dialogue, 31 (1). pp. 119-131.

Deans, Philip (1998) 'The Challenge of Diversity.' New Political Economy, 3 (3). pp. 435-440.

Deans, Philip (1996) 'The Diaoyutai Senkaku Dispute: The Unwanted Contoversy.' In: Kent Papers in Politics and International Relations. pp. 1-17.

Deans, Philip and Palan, R (1996) State Strategies in the Global Political Economy. London: Pinter.

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