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Tables of Contents for The Making of Chinese Foreign and Security Policy in the Era of Reform, 1978-2000
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
List of Figures and Tables
ix
 
Acknowledgments
xi
 
List of Abbreviations
xv
 
China's Foreign and National Security Policy-Making Process: Is It Changing and Does It Matter?
1
38
David M. Lampton
PART ONE INSTITUTIONS AND LOCALITIES
The Central Leadership, Supraministry Coordinating Bodies, State Council Ministries, and Parry Departments
39
22
Lu Ning
The Influence of the Gun: China's Central Military Commission and Its Relationship with the Military, Parry, and State Decision-Making Systems
61
30
Tai Ming Cheung
The External Relations of China's Provinces
91
32
Peter T. Y. Cheung
James T. H. Tang
PART TWO ELITE AND SOCIETAL OPINION
The Foreign Policy Outlook of China's ``Third Generation'' Elite
123
28
H. Lyman Miller
Liu Xiaohong
The Domestic Context of Chinese Foreign Policy: Does ``Public Opinion'' Matter?
151
40
Joseph Fewsmith
Stanley Rosen
PART THREE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM INFLUENCES
Empowered and Restrained: Chinese Foreign Policy in the Age of Economic Interdependence
191
39
Thomas G. Moore
Dixia Yang
The Impact of International Regimes on Chinese Foreign Policy-Making: Broadening Perspectives and Policies...But Only to a Point
230
27
Elizabeth Economy
PART FOUR CASE STUDIES
Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: The Dynamics of Chinese Nonproliferation and Arms Control Policy-Making in an Era of Reform
257
32
Bates Gill
Chinese Decision-Making Regarding Taiwan, 1979-2000
289
48
Michael D. Swaine
The Case of China's Accession to GATT/WTO
337
34
Margaret M. Pearson
The Making of China's Korea Policy in the Era of Reform
371
38
Samuel S. Kim
Notes
409
64
Contributors
473
6
Index
479