The USCPF is pleased to announce the release
of another edition of the Washington Journal of Modern China
(volume 9, number 2). Featured articles include
"Engaging China: Obama's Struggle to Define
a New Framework for Sino-American Relations"
By: Meghan A. Crossin
"Taiwan's Political Status: Historical Background and Its
Implications for U.S."
By: Kerry Dumbaugh
"United States-China Relations and the Korean Peninsula: The
Need for Multilaterally Articulated Deterrence and Prevention"
By: David M. Lampton, Ph.D.
"China and the Global Financial Crisis: Implications for the
By: Wayne Morrison
"U.S.-Chinese Relations and Cooperation with Southern African
Countries: How It Can Make a Difference"
By: David Rowland
"Building a Better Chinese Collection: Remembering My Library
of Congress Years (1957-2004)"
By: Chi Wang, Ph.D.
The emphasis of the WJMC is contemporary Chinese
affairs, including scholarly articles on politics, economics,
military, environment. The Journal also features less formal
material such as the transcripts from discussions and roundtable
events, travel observations, and as before, book reviews.
- Subscriptions for individuals:
$30.00 per year (includes shipping and handling)
- Subscriptions for institutions: $40.00 per year (includes
shipping and handling)
- Sample issues: $14.00 each (plus $5.00 S&H)
For subscriptions please contact the USCPF by
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