35 Chinese L. & Gov't 1 (2002)

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Chinese   Law   and  Government
JANUARY-FEBRUARY   2002/VOL. 35, NO. I



                  Zhu  Rongji   in 1999  (I)
                              by
                         Zong  Hairen

                         Guest Editor:
                       Andrew  J. Nathan
                       Columbia University

                          Translator:
                          Dorothy King


Guest Editor's Introduction
ANDREW   J. NATHAN                                           3

Preface
ZONG  HAIREN                                                17

Introduction                                                23

Before and After the Spring Festival                        27

Visit to the United States                                  36

Handling  the Falungong Case                                53

The  Bombing  of China's Embassy in Yugoslavia              73



   Articles continue in Zhu Rongji in 1999 (I), which will appear in Chinese Law
and Government, vol. 35, no. 2 (March-April 2002).


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