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THE CURRENT DIGEST OF THE CHINESE PRESS


ISSN: 2162-2566 (online)
Language: English
Frequency: Weekly
Year First Published: 2012
Published in: Minneapolis

2014 Pricing
Online
Institutional $995.00
Individual US $240.00
Individual non-US $240.00

DESCRIPTION

Each week, The Current Digest of the Chinese Press presents the reader with a digestible collection of Chinese press materials, all in English. Selected articles cover a wide variety of topics, such as politics, international relations, security, economics, business, public health, environment, education, culture and more. The Current Digest’s mission is to provide the reader with a comprehensive, broad picture of the news published in China, be it domestic, international or related to other states of the Asia Pacific region. The Current Digest of the Chinese Press offers all readers, regardless of Chinese language ability, a much clearer and more robust view of the current Chinese reality and is a great addition to any English-language resource collection.

 

FEATURED CONTENT


Letter From the Editors:

June 9-15, 2014


Abe's Shrine Visit vs. China-Japan Relations

From the Archives:

Foreign Aid: The Ideological Differences Between China and the West (No. 2, 2012)


Sergey Lavrov: “Fortunate Is He Today Who Gains a Victory Not by Blood… ”

Maidan: A Lesson to Be Learned

From the Archives:

Russia and Asia (No. 3, 2011)


Aspects of the Evolution of China’s Middle East Policy

From the Archives:

PRC Policy in the Area of Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation (No. 2, 2010)


How to Fight an Enemy Coming from Aerospace

From the Archives:

The Makeup of the Russian Federation’s Armed Forces in Regard to Their Purposes and the Country’s Status (No. 2, 2009)


The Americanization of Soviet Russia in the 1920s and 1930s

From the Archives:

Marginal Population Groups and State Policy. 1940s—1960s (No. 2, 2010)