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New from East View Press! English-language edition of the renowned Chinese archaeology journal Wen wu (Cultural Relics).

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A weekly selection of articles from English-language Chinese news sources. Covers a wide range of topics including politics, international relations, security, business, the economy, media, environment, culture, education, and more.


Interdisciplinary journal focused on covering the results of research and global achievements in the sphere of geography, environmental conservation and sustainable development.
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Published bimonthly in English by the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations and available exclusively through East View. Focus is on policy-oriented research, with an emphasis on government policy analysis, both that of China and other nations.

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The premier reference guide for anyone interested in maps and geospatial data.

A comprehensive study of the Chinese defense industry.

Detailed world atlas with fully updated contents, including South Sudan.
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FEATURED CONTENT


Letter From the Editors:

June 30-July 6, 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: “It Is Time for Our Western Partners to Concede that They Have no Monopoly on Truth”

Strategic Stability in World Politics: Formulas of Academician Kokoshin

From the Archives:

History in the Mirrors of Nationalism (No. 4, 2010)


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)