1966 China Q. i (1966)

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The Journal of the
Institute for Strategic Studies
Survival, now entering its eighth year, is the clearing-house for
important articles, statements, and reviews on strategy and inter-
national security. Previously published every two months, Survival
is now a monthly.
Available from the Institute, 18 Adam Street, London, W.C.2, at
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(American Political Science Association)
The Conference on Communist Studies, an autonomous unit of the
American Political Science Association, recently completed arrangements
to include China and other Communist nations in Asia in its activities.
Established in 1958, the Conference until now dealt with Soviet affairs
and Eastern Europe. The change in scope is reflected by a modification m
the name (formerly the Conference on Soviet and Communist Studies) and
the election of a specialist on China, A. Doak Barnett of Columbia Univer-
sity, as Conference chairman for 1965-66. Conference membership hence-
forth will not require annual dues and will consist of all individuals who
are identified as specialists in the politics of Communist nations by the
appropriate organisations, e.g., the American Political Science Association,
the Association for Asian Studies, and the American Association for the
Advancement of Slavic Studies.
The activities of the Conference on Communist Studies centre on the
annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. The Con-
ference organizes the Comparative Politics panels on Communist nations,
and sponsors a luncheon with a guest speaker and election of officers.
A. Doak Barnett, Columbia University, is Conference chairman for
1965-66; Robert Scalapino, University of California at Berkeley, is Vice-
Chairman; and Allen B. Ballard, Jr., City College of New York, is

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