U.S.-China Economic Relations: Present and Future

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RECENT INSTITUTE OF EAST ASIAN STUDIES PUBLICATIONS

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25. Rudolf G. Wagner, Reenacting the Heavenly Vision. The Role of Religion in the Taiping Rebellion, 1984, reprinted 1987, 134pp., $12.00.
31. Robert Y. Eng, Economic Imperialism in China: Silk Production and Exports, 1861-1932, 1986, 243pp., $15.00.
32. Judith M. Boltz, A Survey of Taoist Literature, Tenth to Seventeenth Centuries, 1987, 417pp., $20.00.
33. Yue Daiyun, Intellectuals in Chinese Fiction, translated by Deborah Rudolf and Yeh Wen-hsing, 1988, 143pp., $10.00.
34. Constance Squires Meaney, Stability, and the Industrial Elite in China and the Soviet Union, 1988, 160pp., $15.00.
35. Yitzhak Shichor, East Wind over Arabia: Origins and Implications of the Sino- Saudi Missile Deal, 1989, 67pp., $10.00.

KOREA RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS (KRM)
11. Robert A. Scalapino and Hongkoo Lee, eds., North Korea in a Regional and Global Context, 1986, 405pp., $20.00.
12. Laurel Kendall and Griffin Dix, eds., Religion and Ritual in Korean Society, 1987, 223pp., $15.00.
13. Vipan Chandra, Imperialism, Resistance, and Reform in Late Nineteenth-Century Korea: Enlightenment and the Independence Club, 1988, 240pp., $17.00.
14. Seok Choong Song, Explorations in Korean Syntax and Semantics, 1988, 384pp., $20.00.
15. Robert A. Scalapino and Dalchoong Kim, eds., Asian Communism: Continuity and Transition, 1989, 416pp., $20.00.

JAPAN RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS (JRM)
8. Yung H. Park, Bureaucrats and Ministers in Contemporary Japanese Government, 1986, 192pp., $15.00.
9. Victoria V. Vernon, Daughters of the Moon: Wish, Will, and Social Constraint in Fiction by Modern Japanese Women, 1988, 245pp., $12.00.
10. Steve Rabson, translator, Okinawa: Two Postwar Novellas by Ōshiro Tatsuhiro and Higashi Mineo, 1989, 141pp., $10.00. Introduction and afterword by Steve Rabson.

INDOCHINA RESEARCH MONOGRAPHS (IRM)
1. William J. Duiker, China and Vietnam: The Roots of Conflict, 1986, 123pp., $10.00.
2. Allan E. Goodman, The Search for a Negotiated Settlement of the Vietnam War, 1986, 136pp., $10.00.
3. Tran Tri Vu, Lost Years: My L632 Days in Vietnamese Reeducation Camps, 1989, 400pp., $1S.00.
4. Ta Van Tai, The Vietnamese Tradition of Human Rights, 1989, 320pp., $17.00.

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