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China: Domestic Change and Foreign Policy by Michael D. Swaine

By Michael D. Swaine

This record analyzes the results of political, social, highbrow, and financial swap inside of China for the evolution of chinese language overseas coverage over the subsequent 10-15 years. It recommends that the U.S. improve and extend contacts with chinese language civilian and army leaders and preserve present U.S. strength degrees in Asia.

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