Thursday February 21, 2019

 

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

 

WJMC Fall 2013, vol.11

Articles:

“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)

Reviews:

“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

Articles:

“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)

Reviews:

“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

Articles:

“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)

Reviews:

“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

Articles:

“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)

Reviews:

“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

Articles:

“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)

 

Reviews:

“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.