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The Resource China, edited by Dimitri Cavalli

China, edited by Dimitri Cavalli

Label
China
Title
China
Statement of responsibility
edited by Dimitri Cavalli
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
951.06
Illustrations
maps
Index
index present
LC call number
DS779.26
LC item number
.C4728 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Reference shelf
Series volume
v. 74, no. 5
Label
China, edited by Dimitri Cavalli
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [161]-176) and index
Contents
  • Human rights (Why did a nation go mad? -- China's crackdown on Christians -- Cultural clash in land on the roof of the world -- Forbidden practice -- Academic freedom in China -- SAR must stand true to its words) -- U.S.-Chinese relations (Bush scraps China policy of six presidents -- Emperors' new closeness -- U.S. strains to understand China -- Rumsfeld demands China reciprocity -- China wary of U.S. plan for missile-defense shield -- In Jiangs' words : "I hope the western world can understand China better.") -- China's relations with other states (China, Taiwan dance a mysterious tango --
  • Partial contents (authors' names omitted): Is China liberalizing? (Playing by the rules -- China's coming transformation -- China's challenges -- It's a fascist regime -- China looks to the future) -- The state of the People's Republic (China maintains steady, rapid economic growth in 2001 -- China's angry workers -- Growing rich-poor gap, economic growth, spur crime in China -- In China, student loans may be expanding societal gaps they were supposed to close -- The sickness trap -- From China, with love -- Many unhappy with Chinese rule) --
  • Pope seeks to pursue diplomatic ties but Beijing shows no interest -- Russia, China ink friendship pact in Moscow -- China's leader visits India to urge peace without taking sides -- Why the past still separates China and Japan -- Israel's arms ties with China haunting U.S.)
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
viii, 189 p.
Isbn
9780824210144
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002028097
Other physical details
map
System control number
ocm50285173
Label
China, edited by Dimitri Cavalli
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [161]-176) and index
Contents
  • Human rights (Why did a nation go mad? -- China's crackdown on Christians -- Cultural clash in land on the roof of the world -- Forbidden practice -- Academic freedom in China -- SAR must stand true to its words) -- U.S.-Chinese relations (Bush scraps China policy of six presidents -- Emperors' new closeness -- U.S. strains to understand China -- Rumsfeld demands China reciprocity -- China wary of U.S. plan for missile-defense shield -- In Jiangs' words : "I hope the western world can understand China better.") -- China's relations with other states (China, Taiwan dance a mysterious tango --
  • Partial contents (authors' names omitted): Is China liberalizing? (Playing by the rules -- China's coming transformation -- China's challenges -- It's a fascist regime -- China looks to the future) -- The state of the People's Republic (China maintains steady, rapid economic growth in 2001 -- China's angry workers -- Growing rich-poor gap, economic growth, spur crime in China -- In China, student loans may be expanding societal gaps they were supposed to close -- The sickness trap -- From China, with love -- Many unhappy with Chinese rule) --
  • Pope seeks to pursue diplomatic ties but Beijing shows no interest -- Russia, China ink friendship pact in Moscow -- China's leader visits India to urge peace without taking sides -- Why the past still separates China and Japan -- Israel's arms ties with China haunting U.S.)
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
viii, 189 p.
Isbn
9780824210144
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2002028097
Other physical details
map
System control number
ocm50285173

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