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Bibliography on Contemporary China Studies: Military / National Defense

100 References, July 3, 2006

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Allen, Kenneth W. / Corbett, John F. (2004): Predicting PLA leader promotions. In: Scobell, Andrew / Wortzel, Larry (Eds.): Civil-Military change in China: Elites, institutes, and ideas after the 16th Party Congress. Carlisle, PA (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College), 257-278

Anthony, Ian (2004): Militarily relevant EU-China trade and technology transfers: Issues and problems. Stockholm, Sweden (SIPRI, Paper presented at the Conference on Chinese Military Modernization: East Asian Political, Economic and Defense Industrial Responses, organized by the Freeman Chair in China Studies and the Pacific Forum, Center for Strategic Studies, May 19-20, 2005)

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (2003): Asia-Pacific responses to U.S. security policies. Honolulu, Hawaii

Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies (2003): Asia's China debate. Honolulu, Hawaii

Austin, Greg (2005): The 1989 China arms ban: Putting Europe's position to congress. London, United Kingdom (The Foreign Policy Centre, April 2005)

Bernstein, Richard / Munro, Ross H. (1997): The coming conflict with China. New York, NY (Knopf)

Bitzinger, Richard A. (1992): Arms to go: Chinese arms sales to the Third World. In: International Security, Vol. 17, No. 2, 84-111 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Brans, H. W. (1988): Testing massive retaliation: Credibility and crisis management in the Taiwan strait. In: International Security, Vol. 12, No. 4, 124-151 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Brown, Michael E. et al. (Eds.) (2000): The rise of China. Cambridge, MA (MIT Press)

Burr, William / Richelson, Jeffrey T. (2000): Whether to "strangle the baby in the cradle": The United States and the Chinese Nuclear Program, 1960-64. In: International Security, Vol. 25, No. 3, 54-99 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

China State Council (2000): China's national defense in 2000. White paper of the Information Office of the State Council, October 16, 2000.

Christensen, Thomas J. (2001): Posing problems without catching up: China's rise and challenges for American security policy. In: International Security, Vol. 25, No. 4, 5-40 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Christensen, Thomas J. (1999): China, the U.S.-Japan alliance, and the security dilemma in East Asia. In: International Security, Vol. 23, No. 4, 49-80 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Christensen, Thomas J. (2003): PRC security relations with the United States: Why things are going so well. In: China Leadership Monitor, Vol. 8, 2003, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University)

Cliff, Roger (1998): Taiwan: In the dragon's shadow. In: Muthiah Alagappa (Ed.): Asian Security Practice: Material and Ideational Influences. Stanford, CA (Stanford University Press), 288-314

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Feigenbaum, Evan (2003): China's techno-warriors: National security and strategic competition from the nuclear to the information age. Stanford (Stanford University Press)

Feigenbaum, Evan A. (1999): Who's behind China's high-technology "revolution"? How bomb makes remade Beijing's priorities, policies and institutions. In: International Security, Vol. 24, No. 1, 95-126 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Fewsmith, Joseph (2004): China's ruling elite: The Politburo and Central Committee. In: Scobell, Andrew / Wortzel, Larry (Eds.): Civil-Military Change in China: Elites, Institutes, and Ideas After the 16th Party Congress. Carlisle, PA (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College), 74-94

Fewsmith, Joseph (2003): The 16th Party Congress. Implications for understanding Chinese politics. In: China Leadership Monitor, Vol. 5, 43-53, 2002, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University)

Flanagan, Stephen J. / Marti, Michael E. (Eds.) (2003): The People's Liberation Army and China in transition. Washington, D.C. (National Defense University Press)

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Glosny, Michael (2004): Strangulation from the sea? A PRC submarine blockade of Taiwan. In: International Security, Vol. 28, No. 4, 125-160 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Godwin, Paul H.B. (2001): China's defense modernization: Aspirations and capabilities. Alexandria, VA (CNA Corporation)

Goldstein, Lyle / Murray, William (2004): Undersee dragons: China's maturing submarine force. In: International Security, Vol. 28, No. 4, 161-196 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Grimmett, Richard F. (2005): Conventional arms transfer to Developing Nations, 1997-2004. Washington, DC (Congressional Research Service, The Library of Congress, CRS Report for Congress, Order Code RL33051

Gurtov, Mel / Hwang, Byong-Moo (1998): China's security: The new roles of the military. Boulder, CO (Lynne Rienner)

Hague, Elizabeth (2004): PLA leadership in China's military regions. In: Scobell, Andrew / Wortzel, Larry (Eds.): Civil-Military Change in China: Elites, Institutes, and Ideas After the 16th Party Congress. Carlisle, PA (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College), 219-256

Ienaga, Saburo (1994): The glorification of war in Japanese education. In: International Security, Vol. 18, No. 3, 113-133

International Crisis Group (2003): Taiwan Strait III: The chance of peace. Beijing, Taipei, Washington, Brussels. ICG Asia Report No. 53, June 6, 2003

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Ji, You (1999): The armed forces of China. New York, NY (I. B. Tauris)

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Johnson-Freese, Joan (2002): China's manned space program. What is that all about. In: Harvard Asia Pacific Review, Fall 2002 (The Scientific Revolution in Asia), 25-33

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Johnston, Alastair Iain (1996): China's new "old thinking": The concept of limited deterrence. In: International Security, Vol. 20, No. 3, 5-42 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Karmel, Solomon (2000): China and the People's Liberation Army. New York, NY (St. Martin's Press)

Kennedy, Paul (1987): The rise and fall of the great powers. Economic change and military conflict from 1500 to 2000. New York, NY (Vintage Books, Random House)

Kivlehan-Wise, Maryanne / Cheng, Dean / Gause, Ken (2004): The 16th Party Congress and leadership changes in the PLA. In: Scobell, Andrew / Wortzel, Larry (Eds.): Civil-Military Change in China: Elites, Institutes, and Ideas After the 16th Party Congress. Carlisle, PA (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College), 179-218

Kondapalli, Srikanth (1999): China's military: The PLA in transition. New Delhi (Knowledge World Press)

Lewis, John W. / Di, Hua (1992): China's ballistic missile programs: Technologies, strategies, goals. In: International Security, Vol. 17, No. 2, 5-40 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Lewis, John W. / Xue, Litai (1999): China's search for a modern air force. In: International Security, Vol. 24, No. 1, 64-94 (Published by The MIT Press for the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University)

Lewis, John Wilson / Xue, Litai (1988): China builds the bomb. Stanford, CA (Stanford University Press)

Lewis, John Wilson / Xue, Litai (1994): China’s strategic seapower: The politics of force modernization in the nuclear age. Stanford, CA (Stanford University Press)

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Lilley, James / Shambaugh, David (Eds.) (1999): China's military faces the future. Armonk, NY and Washington, DC (M. E. Sharpe and American Enterprise Institute Press)

Malik, Mohan (2002): Dragon on terrorism: Assessing China's tactical gains and strategic losses post-September 11. Carlisle, PA, Strategic Studies Institute (SSI), U.S. Army War College, Report cleared for public release.

Mann, James (1999): About face: A history of America's curious relationship with China, from Nixon to Clinton. New York, NY (Knopf)

Medeiros, Evan S. (2004): Agents of influence: Assessing the role of Chinese foreign policy research organizations after the 16th Party Congress. In: Scobell, Andrew / Wortzel, Larry (Eds.): Civil-Military Change in China: Elites, Institutes, and Ideas After the 16th Party Congress. Carlisle, PA (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College), 279-308

Menges, Constantine C. (2006): China. The gathering threat. Nashville, Tennessee (Nelson Current)

Mulvenon, James (2003): The PLA and the 16th Party Congress. Jiang controls the gun? In: China Leadership Monitor, Vol. 5, 20-29, 2003, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University)

Mulvenon, James (2003): To get rich is unprofessional. Chinese military corruption in the Jiang era. In: China Leadership Monitor, Vol. 6, 21-35, 2003, (Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace at Stanford University)

Mulvenon, James C. (2004): Party-Army relations since the 16th Party Congress: The battle of the "two centers"? In: Scobell, Andrew / Wortzel, Larry (Eds.): Civil-Military Change in China: Elites, Institutes, and Ideas After the 16th Party Congress. Carlisle, PA (Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College), 11-48

Mulvenon, James C. / Young, Richard H. (1999): The People's Liberation Army in the information age. Santa Monica, CA (Rand Corporation)

Mulvenon, James C. / Young, Richard H. (Eds.) (2000): Seeking truth from facts: A retrospective on Chinese military studies in the Post-Mao era. Santa Monica, CA (Rand Corporation)

National Intelligence Council (2004): Tracking the dragon. A collection of more than seventy declassified National Intelligence Estimates covering the Mao era (1948-1976) in China. U.S. Government Printing Office (S/N: 041-015-00239-2)

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