Vol. 49 Nbr. 2, January 1996
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- Why China matters.
- Addressing the human rights issue in Sino-American relations.
- Human rights, democracy and China.
- The humanitarian and technical dilemmas of population control in China.
- Unique spiritual engineers: the infighting among Chinese intellectuals.
- The need to restrain China.
- On repression and reform.
- The establishment of extensive private organizations: the foremost task for human rights guarantees and promoting democracy.
- Succession politics and China's future.
- Regional security issues.
- Maximum flexibility, rigid framework: China's policy towards Hong Kong and its implications.
- Migration from China.
- Rising sectionalism in China?
- Social change and the Chinese Communist Party: domestic problems of rule.
- Women and the state in post-1949 rural China.
- Securities markets and China's international economic integration.
- Business law in China: evolutionary revolution.
- Economic development, political stability and international respect.
- Culture, "race" and nation: the formation of national identity in twentieth century China.
- Policing Shanghai: 1927-1937.
- Governing China: From Revolution Through Reform.
- Marxism, China and Development: Reflections on Theory and Reality.
- China After Deng Xiaoping.
- Laws Harsh as Tigers: Chinese Immigrants and the Shaping of Modern Immigration Law.
- Lords of the Rim: The Invisible Empire of the Overseas Chinese.
- China Wakes: The Struggle for the Soul of a Rising Power.
- Comrade Criminal.