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Patrick James

Patrick James is the Dornsife Dean’s Professor of the School of International Relations, University of Southern California. He has published 30 books and 150 articles and chapters. He served as President of the International Studies Association for 2018-19.

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Identity in the Shadow of a Giant

How the Rise of China is Changing Taiwan

This co-authored book examines the implications of the global ascent of China on cross-Strait relations and the identity of Taiwan as a democratic state, offering insights into policies for peaceful relations and prosperity across the Taiwan Strait.

Bristol Uni Press

Religion and Health Care in East Africa

Lessons from Uganda, Mozambique and Ethiopia

This book is the first to investigate what role religion plays in health care in East Africa. Taking in to account the geopolitical and economic environments of the region, the authors examine the roles played by individual and group beliefs, government policies, and pressure from the Millennium Development Goals in affecting health outcomes.

Policy Press