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U.S.-China Relations: Background, Issues, and Outlook: Free Online Sources

This is a course guide for Prof. Robert Sutter's IAFF 3186-13 CRN 56060

Online Sources

The following resources are freely available on the websites.

China Leadership Monitor: sponsored by the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, this site provides information on current trends in China's leadership politics and in its foreign and domestic policies, using methods of interpreting information in China's state-controlled media.

China Radio International (Beijing) 中國廣播網: Website of Central Broadcasting, Beijing. In Chinese, English, and other languages. Includes text and recorded broadcasts.

China Today: an information gateway on China

China Vitae (Biographical database for current leaders) 中國名人錄: Biographical information on current Chinese leaders.

Country Profiles: A brief, summarized information on China's historical, geography, society, economy, transportation and telecommunications, government and politics, and national security, updated by Federal Research Division, Library of Congress.

Government agencies of China: a list of Chinese government agencies

Internet Guide for Chinese Studies: A guide to scholarly resources on the Web, maintained by Sinological Institute, Leiden University.

Political Resources on the Net - China: Listings of political sites related to China, with links to parties, organizations, governments, media, etc.

State Information Center (China)

Zhongguo wai jiao bu Ministry of Foreign Affairs (PRC) 中国外交部

 

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