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Strategic Perceptions and Misperceptions in the South China Sea

In recent years, the South China Sea (SCS) has become a defining feature of East Asia’s security complex and regional order.

In the pioneering book Perception and Misperception in International Politics (1976), Robert Jervis exhaustively explored the causes and consequences of misperception, the kinds of perceptual errors (psychological forces) in decision-making, and the importance of image (belief) formation in relation to intentions or inferences arising from information assimilation. [READ MORE]

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