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

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Acknowledgments

In this brief space it is not possible to thank properly the many persons and organizations from which I was so fortunate to receive the benefit of wisdom, encouragement, and support. Extensive criticism and comments were extended to me by Shao-chuan Leng, Kenneth W. Thompson, Inis L. Claude, Norman A. Graebner, and Ronald G. Dimberg, in addition to other persons who reviewed and commented upon drafts at various stages of this work: Curt Gasteyger, Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies, Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva, Switzerland; Allen Lynch and Stephanie G. Neuman of Columbia University; Daniel Lang of Lynchburg College; Kenneth Weiss of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency; and James Gill, my father. Financial support, for which I am deeply grateful, was generously offered for the completion of this study by the Feris Foundation of America (The Albert Gallatin Fellowship in International Affairs and the William D. Carter Award), the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (The Hubert H. Humphrey Arms Control Fellowship), the Pacific Cultural Foundation, the Institute for the Study of World Politics, and the Scottish Rite of Virginia. Special thanks are also in order for help and support in the conduct of my research to Regina Cowen Karp, Herbert Wulf, Ian Anthony, and the library and staff of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute; to the Institut für Asienkunde and Deutsches Orient Institut, both in Hamburg, Germany; to the staff and library of the Graduate Institute of International Studies and the Modern Asia Research Center, both in Geneva, Switzerland; and to Raymond Tucker, Andrew

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