Wednesday September 30, 2020



The USCPF released the most recent edition of the Washington Journal of Modern China (volume 15) in Spring 2019.
Featured articles include the following:

“Reflections on the Evolution of U.S.-China Relations”
Chi Wang, PhD

“After the Trade War, a Real War with China?”
Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr.

“Economic Tensions: Origins and Implications”
Yukon Huang, PhD

“Looking Back on Over Forty Years of Normalized U.S.-China Relations”
Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy

“The Trump Administration and China Policy”
Robert Sutter, PhD

“Xi Jinping’s Foreign Policy and the Belt and Road Initiative”
Mr. Douglas Paal

“On Taiwan”
Ambassador J. Stapleton Roy and Mr. Douglas Paal

“On the Anniversary of the May Fourth Movement”
Rona Vaselaar

“Donald Trump’s Anti-China Rhetoric in the 2016 Presidential Campaign and the White House Statements on China”
Xiaodong Fang, PhD



The Washington Journal of Modern China is an annual scholarly publication of the U.S.-China Policy Foundation. The emphasis of the Washington Journal of Modern China is contemporary Chinese affairs, including scholarly articles on politics, economics, military, and environment. The Journal also features less formal material such as the transcripts from discussions and roundtable events, travel observations, and, as before, book reviews.


Article Guidelines

Online Versions of Past WJMC Editions


  • Subscriptions for individuals: $30.00 per year (plus $5.00 S&H)
  • Subscriptions for institutions: $40.00 per year (plus $5.00 S&H)
  • Sample issues: $14.00 each (plus $5.00 S&H)


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