1991 China Q. [i] (1991)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar32 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 1991        number 125        £6.50       $13.00
The Evolution of Central-Provincial Fiscal Relations in China,
1971-1984: The Formal System
Michel Oksenberg and James Tong     1
Negotiation of the 17 August 1982 U.S.-PRC Arms
Communique: Beijing's Negotiating Tactics
Jaw-ling Joanne Chang 33
The Indian Factor in Recent Sino-Soviet Relations
John W. Garver 55
Plucking the China Brand from the Burning: Britain's
Economic Assistance to China and Sir Otto Niemeyer's
Mission, 1940-42
Philip Richardson 86
Research Notes
Chinese Politics and the New Theory of Rule of Law
Ronald C. Keith 109
The Initial Soviet Reaction to the Events in China in 1989
and the Prospects for Sino-Soviet Relations
Alexander Lukin 119
Wages, Benefits, and the Promotion Process for Chinese
University Faculty
Todd M. Johnson 137
Book Reviews
Friends and Enemies. The United States, China, and the Soviet
Union, 1948-1972. By Gordon H. Chang. Allen S. Whiting  156
A Unique Relationship - The United States and the Republic of China
Under the Taiwan Relations Act. Edited by Ramon H. Myers.
Jean-Pierre Cabestan                                    157
Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy Reform. Edited by Gerald Segal.
Allen S. Whiting                                        159
Rethinking the Pacific. By Gerald Segal. Chalmers Johnson   160
La Chine et le Pacifique. By Marie-Claire Bergire, Jean-Pierre
Cabestan, Christian Etvenard, Francois Godemont and Franqois
Joyaux. Dennis Duncanson                                161
The Political Economy of China's Special Economic Zones. By George
T. Crane. Y. C. Jao                                     162
Foreign Exchange Controls and Strategies for the People's Republic of
China. By Laurence J. Brahm. Y. C. Jao                  162
Japan's Foreign Policy. By Reinhard Drifte. David Arase     164
Aid China 1937-1949: A Memoir of a Forgotten Campaign. By
Arthur Clegg. Alec Cairncross                           164
China's Crisis: Dilemmas of Reform and Prospects for Democracy. By
Andrew J. Nathan. David S. G. Goodman                   166

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