China today is understood as a 'revolutionary revisionist power’ striving to change the US-led international order. Yet, write Lorenzo Termine and Gabriele Natalizia, there is another type of revisionism, best described as ‘incremental’, that uses more moderate strategies to achieve its goals
Assistant Professor in International Relations at the Department of Political Sciences, Sapienza University of Rome
Gabriele is also Adjunct Professor in International Organization at the Centro Alti Studi della Difesa (Italian Ministry of Defense) and Executive Chief of the Italian Center for Geopolitical Studies, Geopolitica.info
His research interests include the international-national connection, the modes of revisionism and the US foreign policy.
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