THE CHINA CONUNDRUM
- THE CHINA CONUNDRUM. Chan, Steve // Wilson Quarterly;Winter2011, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p6
A letter to the editor is presented regarding the exchange between Ross Terrill and David M. Lampton in the article "What if China Fails?" in the Autumn 2010 issue
- THE CHINA CONUNDRUM. Watts, Jonathan // Wilson Quarterly;Winter2011, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p6
A letter to the editor is presented regarding the article "We'd Better Hope It Doesn't!" by David M. Lampton in the Autumn 2010 issue.
- THE CHINA CONUNDRUM. New, Gregory R. // Wilson Quarterly;Winter2011, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p7
A letter to the editor is presented regarding the section of articles "What if China Fails?" in the August 2010 issue.
- Feedback. Jolley, Mike; Stelmaszek, Bob; Reuben, Neil; Wroble, Guy // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/23/2012, Vol. 174 Issue 26, p10
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including an Air France article, the article "A Concorde Mystery" by Pierre Sparaco, from the July 9, 2012 issue, and Washington Outlook from the July 16, 2012 issue.
- Relations Getting Testy in the South China Sea. Stepman, Jarrett // Human Events;7/25/2011, Vol. 67 Issue 26, p7
The article reports that U.S.-China relations may experience tension following complaints by some U.S. allies in Asia about the aggression of Chinese warships towards sea freighters in the South China Sea.
- U.S. Maritime Strategy and China. Sempa, Francis P. // American Diplomacy;10/19/2011, p1
A review of the article "U.S. Maritime Strategy and China," by Walter A. McDougall, which appeared at www.americandiplomacy.org on October 19, 2011, is presented.
- Transatlantic trade plan is a big deal for US. GALSTON, WILLIAM // Hill;2/25/2013, Vol. 20 Issue 19, p27
The author reflects on the economic benefits of U.S.-European Union trade and the policy it may build to help transatlantic allies have a better deal with China.
- Chapter II. On the United States. Liu Yazhou // Chinese Law & Government;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p19
We must not assume that, because China sees the United States as its principal opponent, the United States also sees China in similar light. We must also not assume that, because the United States sees China as its principal opponent in terms of ideology, it sees China as its principal opponent...
- Energy set as priority for China talks. Geman, Ben // Hill;1/18/2011, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p13
The article reports on the state visit of Chinese President Hu Jintao to the U.S. to discuss the U.S.-China cooperation on energy in 2011.