2000 China Q. [i] (2000)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar41 and id is 1 raw text is: The China Quarterly
an international journal for the study of China
March 2000      number 161
Jiang Zemin's Successors: The Rise of the Fourth Generation of
Leaders in the PRC                           Li Cheng    1
China's America Watchers: Changing Attitudes Towards the
United States                        Phillip C. Saunders  41
Foreign and Domestic Influences on China's Arms Control and
Nonproliferation Policies  Bates Gill and Evan S. Medeiros  66
The U.S. Role in the Sino-Japanese Dispute over the Diaoyu
(Senkaku) Islands, 1945-1971      Jean-Marc F. Blanchard  95
Negotiating the State: The Development of Social Organizations
in China                                    Tony Saich 124
Banquet Banking: Gender and Rotating Savings and Credit
Associations in South China               Kellee S. Tsai 142
Re-examining the Impact of the 1950 Marriage Law: State
Improvisation, Local Initiative and Rural Family Change
Neil J. Diamant 171
The Rule of Law Policy in Guangdong: Continuity or Depar-
ture? Meaning, Significance and Processes  Linda Chelan Li 199
The Politics of the Debate over the Court of Final Appeal in Hong
Kong                                      Lo Shiu Hing 221
Research Notes
The Clash over State and Collective Property: The Making of the
Rangeland Law                                 Peter Ho 240
Forest Claims, Conflicts and Commodification: The Political
Ecology of Tibetan Mushroom-Harvesting Villages in Yunnan
Province, China                           Emily T. Yeh 264
Behind the Scenes at the Museum: Nationalism, History and
Memory in the Beijing War of Resistance Museum, 1987-1997
Rana Mitter 279
Bill Brugger                              Andrew Watson 294
Jacques Guillermaz                         Claude Aubert 296
Benjamin I. Schwartz         Paul A. Cohen, Merle Goldman
and Roderick MacFarquhar 299
Gerry Segal                          David S. G. Goodman 301
Book Reviews
China Joins the World: Progress and Prospects. Edited by Elizabeth Econ-
omy and Michel Oksenberg. Harry Harding                304

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