Wednesday April 24, 2019


Listed below are the pdf links to past editions of The Washington Journal of Modern China:


WJMC Fall 2013, vol.11


“Constructing China and America’s New Type of Major Power Relations: Opportunities and Challenges” (Shao)

“Nothing New, Nothing Great: Exploring “New Type of Great Power Relations”” (Mattis)

“Israel in China’s Middle East Strategy: A New Quartet of U.S., China, Israel, and Taiwan?” (Lin)

“Equal Partners: The Potential for New Type Great Power Relations Between the U.S. and China (Wyne)

“The Medical Component of China-Africa Relations” (Beck)


“Uncharted Strait: The Future of China-Taiwan Relations” (Tiezzi)

“Interesting Times: China, America, and the Shifting Balance of Prestige” (Rosen)

“China Goes Global: The Partial Power” (Beck)

“Enigma of China: An Inspector Chen Novel” (Ogawa)

“The United States and China Since World War II” (Watson)




WJMC Fall 2012, vol.10, no.2


“China’s Rise and Transformation: Towards Pax Sinica?” (Freeman)

A Review of China-U.S. Relations (1979-2018): Past, Present and Future” (Shen)

“Forty Years Later: My Reflections on a Changing China”(Wang)

“China’s Ethnic Policies in the Xinjiang Region” (Lim)

“Understanding Chinese Politics Through the Lens of Modern Chinese Literature” (Tiezzi)

“Observing Taiwan’s 2012 Elections” (Xiao)


“Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China” (Marchetti)

“Sweet Bamboo: A Memoir of a Chinese American Family” (Worden)

“The Party: The Secret World of China’s Communist Rulers” (Watson)

“Midnight in Peking” (Ogawa)

“Him Mark Lai: Autobiography of a Chinese American Historian” (Worden)




WJMC Fall 2011, vol.10, no.1


“Whither China? Implications of China’s Rise for the United States” (Wyne)

“Beijing, Washington, and the Shifting Balance of Prestige” (Freeman)

“U.S.-China Investment Ties and Issues” (Morrison)

“The Shifting Fortunes of Public and Private Economies: The Chinese Debate on ‘Guojin Mintui’ ” (Yang and Jiang)

“Hong Kong and the Globalization of the Renminbi” (Martin)


“On China” (Worden)

“China Goes to Sea: Maritime Transformation in Comparative Historical Perspective” (Sweet)

“Chinese Aerospace Power: Evolving Maritime Roles” (Worden)



WJMC Winter 2010, vol.9, no.2


“Engaging China: Obama’s Struggle to Define a New Framework for Sino-American Relations” (Crossin)

“Taiwan’s Political Status: Historical Background and Its Implications for U.S. “(Dumbaugh)

“United States-China Relations and the Korean Peninsula: The Need for Multilaterally Articulated Deterrence and Prevention” (Lampton)

“China and the Global Financial Crisis: Implications for the United States” (Morrison)

“U.S.-Chinese Relations and Cooperation with Southern African Countries: How It Can Make a Difference” (Rowland)

“Building a Better Chinese Collection: Remembering My Library of Congress Years (1957-2004)” (Wang)


“Honorable Survivor:Mao’s China, McCarthy’s America and the Persecution of John S. Service” (Canes)

“The Generalissimo: Chiang Kai-shek and the Struggle for Modern China” (Wang)

WJMC Winter 2008-2009, vol. 9, no.1


“2008 Year in Review” (Crossin)

“Sino-American Dynamics in Perspective” (Freeman)

“The Future of China-US Relations” (Nye)

“US-China Relations: Lessons Learned, New Challenges” (Jue)

“Witnessing Change: Three Decades of US-China Relations” (Wang)

“Charm Offensive: How China’s Soft Power is Transforming the World” (Kurlantzick)

“A New Diplomatic Model: A Chinese Perspective on the Shanghai Cooperation Organization” (Guang)

“A Special US-China Relationship: American Adoptions of Chinese Children” (Gann)



“China’s Environment Challenge” (Bert)

“Journey across the Four Seas: A Chinese Woman’s Search for Home” (Ogawa)

“George W. Bush and China: Policies, Problems, and Partnership” (Wu)

“China and Vietnam: The Politics of Asymmetry” (Sutter)

“The China Fantasy: How Our Leaders Explain Away Chinese Repression” (Crossin)




WJMC Spring 2007 vol. 8 no.2

Main Course:

“A Brief Note on Nixon’s trip to China” (Wang)

“Comments of Former Diplomats & Government Officials: A Transcription of the September Conference” (Wang)

Around Town:

“As Key Actors Converge: Taiwan-U.S. Political relations: New Strains and Changes” (Dumbaugh)

From the Archives:

“Interview with President Richard Nixon” (Halloran)

“An Unwelcomed Visitor: The Greeting Committee for Warren Christopher” (Neighbors)

“The View from Moscow: How American Academics Influenced U.S. China Policy”(Orleans)

On the Scene:

“Teaching in Beijing: The Two Chinas: Student Orientations in the PRC” (Bert)

The Critics:

“Zhongguo cishan jianshi [A brief history of Chinese philanthropy]” (McCord & Xiong)

“The Art of Survival” (Clemens)

“American Goddess at the Rape of Nanking: The Courage of Minnie Vautrin” (Worden)

“Selling Happiness: Calendar Posters and Visual Culture in Early-Twentieth-Century Shanghai” (Worden)



WJMC Spring/Summer 2006 vol., 8 no.1

Main Course:

“Banking on China: China and the World Bank: How a Partnership Was Built” (Bottelier)

“Engaging Africa: China’s Growing Role in Africa” (Copson)

“South of the Border: Chinese Energy Strategy in Latin America” (Bajpaee)

“The Chinese Web: Between Control and Contention: China’s New Internet Politics” (Yang)

Around Town:

“Oil for the Lamps: China and the Implications of the War in Iraq” (Liu)

“An Out of the Box Idea: China, Africa, and the United States: Health Care Cooperation” (Shinn)

“In the Balance: Balancing Japan and China in East Asia” (Lim)

“Still Another China Group: China Watching on Capitol Hill” (Seldin)

On the Scene:

“Making the News in Beijing: Participating in the Great Information Revolution of China” (Smith)

“Making Green Spaces in Shanghai: Open Space Policy Supports Shanghai’s Quality of Life” (Clemens)

From the Archives:

“Ties That Bind: China Honors American Veterans” (Bergin)

“Excellent Disorder Under Heaven: How Chairman Mao Sanitized Culture During the Cultural Revolution” (Orleans)

The Critics:

“Power Shift: China and Asia’s New Dynamic” (Bert)

“Mao: The Unknown Story” (Yu)

“Controlling the Dragon” (Worden)

“Tracking the “Yellow Peril”” (Worden)

“The Chinese Overseas” (Worden)



For information on editions not listed above, please contact the Foundation.