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FAR EASTERN AFFAIRS

A Russian Journal on China, Japan and Asia-Pacific Region

ISSN: 0206-149X (print)
ISSN: 1947-2641 (online)
Language: English
Frequency: 4 times per year
Year First Published: 2002
Published in: Minneapolis

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FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE:
Table of Contents for No. 1, 2017
The Role of Nuclear Weapons and Aerospace Forces in China’s Military Doctrine

FROM THE ARCHIVES:
American Intelligence in China (1945-1956) (No. 2, 2002)
The Secrets of Zhongnanhai. Who Wiretapped Mao Zedong, and How? (No. 1, 2013)

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Far Eastern Affairs is a quarterly journal of the Institute for Far Eastern Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences. Published by East View since 2002, the journal provides in-depth discussion of Russia’s relations with China, Japan, North and South Korea, as well as other countries of the Asia-Pacific region. Russia’s relations with this region, and with China in particular, are key to understanding the shifting balance of power in today’s world. Far Eastern Affairs is an excellent resource for gaining insight into this region and Russia’s role in it. It is also the only scholarly Russian journal available in English on this region.

 

The digital version of Far Eastern Affairs is available from 2002-present. The print version of the journal is also distributed in North American bookstores by Ingram Periodicals.


Abstracted and indexed in: PAIS International Information Service, American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (ABSEES), International Bibliography of the Social Sciences, Worldwide Political Sciences Abstracts, EBSCO Publishing Databases, Sociological Abstracts, Bibliography of Asian Studies, Historical Abstracts, America: History and Life, International Political Science Abstracts.

Editor-in-Chief: VLADIMIR Ya. PORTYAKOV

Editorial Board
Ya.M. BERGER
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
V.M. MAZYRIN
 
A.V. BOLIATKO N.L. MAMAYEVA
 
O.N. BOROKH P.A. MINAKIR
 
A.S. DAVYDOV
Deputy Editor-in-Chief
A.V. OSTROVSKY
 
A.I. DENISOV
L.S. PERELOMOV
 
S.A. GORBUNOVA
N.S. TIKHONOV
Executive Secretary
 
V.O. KISTANOV
M.L. TITARENKO
 
A.V. LOMANOV A.V. VINOGRADOV
 
A.E. LUKIANOV K.V. VNUKOV

S.G. LUZYANIN
A.Z. ZHEBIN

A.V. MAKAROV



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March 20-26, 2017


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Post-Soviet Russia in Search for Identity: Foreign Policy

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Europe: Identity Crisis or Schizophrenia? (No. 2, 2012)


The Role of Nuclear Weapons and Aerospace Forces in China’s Military Doctrine

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The Secrets of Zhongnanhai. Who Wiretapped Mao Zedong, and How? (No. 1, 2013)


The Islamic State Is a Trojan Horse for Eurasia

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The Makeup of the Russian Defense Budget (No. 4, 2011)


It Did Not Work and Will Not Work? Reasons for the Failure of Anti-Missile Cooperation between Russia and the United States

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Abram Bragin and Projects for Jewish National Settlement in the USSR (No. 4, 2013)