Security, Arms Control, and Conflict Reduction in East Asia and the Pacific: A Bibliography, 1980-1991

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9 China

Arms Control, Disarmament
4172. Brown, Neville, "'The Beijing Perspective'", Council for Arms Control Bulletin, No. 34, October 1987, pp.1-3; concerns Chinese policy on the Strategic Defense Initiative, arms control verification, and relations with the Soviet Union.
4173. Cheung, Tai Ming, "'Disarmament and Development in China. The Relationship Between National Defense and Economic Development'", Asian Survey, Vol. XXVIII, No. 7, July 1988, pp.757-774.
4174. "'Chinese Scepticism Over Soviet Cuts'", JDW ( Pacific Rim Edition), Vol. 1, No. 21, May 27, 1989, p.979.
4175. d'Antoine, Henri, "'Summit No Longer a Plume in Gorbachev's Hat'", PDR, Vol. XVI, No. 1, July 1989, pp.23-24; article contains full text of the Deng-Gorbachev summit meeting.
4176. Delfs, Robert, "'Soviets Bearing Gifts. China is Wary of Gorbachov's New Proposals on Asia'", FEER, Vol. 134, No. 46, November 13, 1986, pp.33-35.
4177. Delfs, Robert, "'Passing the Test. China Decides Gorbachev Policies Need Encouragement'", FEER, Vol. 142 No. 44, November 3, 1988, pp.36-37.
4178. Delfs, Robert, & Nigel Holloway. "'Yes, We Like No Missiles. China and Japan Welcome the INF Treaty'", FEER, Vol. 138, No. 52, December 24, 1987, pp.30-31.
4179. Drifte, Reinhard, 'China', pp.45-55 in Jozef Goldblat (ed.), Non-Proliferation: The Why and the Wherefore ( London & Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis for the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 1985), 343pp.
4180. Eikenberry, Karl W., "'China on Arms Control and Disarmament'", Parameters: Journal of the US Army War College, Vol. XVI, No. 3, Autumn 1986, pp.68-75.
4181. Ekpebu, Lawrence Baraebibai, "'An African Perspective on US-USSR-China Arms Policies'", Alternatives. A Journal of World Policy, Vol. VI, No. 1, March 1980, pp.93-129.
4182. Fedotov, V., "'China and the Problems of Disarmament'", Far Eastern Affairs ( Moscow), No. 4, April 1987, pp.12-23.
4183. Fieldhouse, Richard W., 'Chinese Nuclear Forces: Overview and Ambitions', pp.255-268 in Carl G. Jacobsen (ed.), The Uncertain Course: New Weapons, Strategies and Mind-Sets ( Oxford & New York: Oxford U.P. for the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 1987), 349pp.; includes "'Conclusion: Arms Control Possibilities'", pp.265-267.
4184. Fingar, Thomas, 'China's Quest for Technology: Implications for Arms Control II', pp.239-271 in John H. Barton & Imai Ryukichi (eds), Arms Control II: A New Approach to International Security ( Cambridge MA: Oelgeschlager, Gunn & Hain, 1981), 329pp.
4185. Frankenstein, John, "'Military Cuts in China'", Problems of Communism, Vol. XXXIV, No. 4, July-August 1985, pp.56-60.
4186. Glaser, Bonnie S., 'Soviet, Chinese and American Perspectives on Arms Control in North-East Asia', pp.165-189 in Andrew Mack & Paul Keal (eds), Security and Arms Control in the North Pacific ( Boston & Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1988), 324pp.
4187. Glaser, Bonnie S., Soviet, Chinese and American Perspectives on Arms Control in Northeast Asia ( Canberra: PRC, 1988), 54pp.; series: PRC Working Paper No.28.
4188. Guoxiang, Fan, "'INF Negotiations and Nuclear Disarmament'", Disarmament: A Periodic Review by the United Nations, Vol. XI, No. 1, Winter 1987-1988, pp.18-24; statement by the Ambassador of China to the UN Conference on Disarmament giving the PRC's position on the range of arms control issues.
4189. Han, Nianlong et al. (eds), Diplomacy of Contemporary China ( Hong Kong: New Horizon Press, 1990), 660pp.; an extensive, post-massacre, Beijing official-line exposition of China's foreign (including arms control) policy since 1949; includes four appendices (pp.491-660) and 88 pages of photographs from the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

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  • Recent Titles in Bibliographies and Indexes in Law and Political Science ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents Overview v
  • Detailed Contents vii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments xv
  • Abbreviations xix
  • Part I - East Asia and the Pacific 1
  • 1 - Regional Overview 3
  • 2 - The Superpowers, 1980-1991 26
  • 3 - Canada 43
  • Part II - Northeast Asia and the North Pacific Ocean 45
  • 4 - Regional Overview 47
  • 5 - The Korean Peninsula 57
  • 6 - North Korea 74
  • 7 - South Korea 86
  • 8 - Japan 110
  • 9 - China 165
  • 10 - Taiwan 238
  • 11 - Hong Kong 253
  • Part III - Southeast Asia 257
  • 12 - Regional Overview 259
  • 13 - Asean Overview 279
  • 14 - Burma (myanmar) 300
  • 15 - Indochina Overview 306
  • 16 - Vietnam 315
  • 17 - Laos 324
  • 18 - Cambodia 327
  • 19 - Thailand 350
  • 20 - The Philippines 364
  • 21 - Brunei 390
  • 22 - Malaysia 392
  • 23 - Singapore 399
  • 24 - Indonesia 404
  • Part IV - Oceania 419
  • 25 - Papua New Guinea 421
  • 26 - The Pacific Islands 425
  • 27 - Australia 451
  • 29 - New Zealand 485
  • Appendix - Publishers, Periodicals and Research Institutions 493
  • Author Index - Including Editors and Interviewees 499
  • Subject Index 529
  • About the Compiler 553
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