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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies: Taiwan

24 References, July 3, 2006

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The Atlantic Council of the United States (2002): Staying the Course: Opportunities and Limitations in the U.S.-China Relations. Washington, D.C., Committee on Security Issues in the U.S. - China Relationship, Gen. Jack N. Merritt, USA (Ret.), Chair, Walter B. Slocombe, Rapporteur, Policy Paper, September 2002

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