Chinese Arms Transfers: Purposes, Patterns, and Prospects in the New World Order

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BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES

Alford Jonathan, ed. The Impact of New Military Technology. International Institute for Strategic Studies, Adelphi Library 4. Westmead: Gower, 1981.

Arif K., ed. China Pakistan Relations 1947-1980. Lahore: Vanguard Books, 1984.

Barnett A. Doak. The Making of Foreign Policy in China. Boulder: Westview Press, 1985.

Becker Abraham S. Military Expenditure Limitation for Arms Control: Problems and Prospects. Cambridge: Ballinger, 1977.

Behbehani Hashim S. H. China's Foreign Policy in the Arab World, 1955-1975: Three Case Studies. London: Kegan Paul International, 1981.

Benoit Emile. Defense and Economic Growth in Developing Countries. Lexington: D. C. Heath, 1973.

Benoit Emile, and Kenneth E. Boulding, eds. Disarmament and the Economy. New York: Harper & Row, 1963.

Bonds Ray, ed. The Chinese War Machine: A technical analysis of the strategy and weapons of the People's Republic of China. London: Salamander Books, 1979.

Brzoska Michael, and Thomas Ohlson. Arms Transfers to the Third World, 1971- 1985. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987.

Brzoska Michael, and Thomas Ohlson, eds. Arms Production in the Third World. London: Taylor & Francis, 1986.

Calabrese John. China's Changing Relations with the Middle East. London: Pinter, 1991.

Catrina Christian. Arms Transfers and Dependence. New York: United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research, 1988.

Chan Anthony B. Arming the Chinese: The Western Armaments Trade in Warlord China, 1920-1928. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 1982.

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