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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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Stay informed with the latest news, policy and academic research coming out of Russia and China with the new English language journal collection from East View.


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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Detailed account of military developments in Ukraine and Russia leading up to the 2014 annexation of Crimea

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

A comprehensive study of the Chinese defense industry.
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Detailed world atlas with fully updated contents, including South Sudan.
   
     
     
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FEATURED CONTENT


Letter From the Editors:

Dec. 15-31, 2014


Editor-in-Chief Interview: “Only National Interest Can Be the Driving Force of Foreign Policy”

A New Paradigm of International Relations

From the Archives:

The International of Financiers, a Grave Digger of America (No. 6, 2011)


China’s Military Policy and Military Doctrine

From the Archives:

Regular Cycle of the Korean Crisis (2008-2010): Russian Interests and Prospects for a Way Out From the Korean Impasse (No. 4, 2010)


An International Nonproliferation Regime for Information Weapons: Utopia or Reality?

From the Archives:

The Makeup of the Russian Federation’s Armed Forces in Regard to Their Purposes and the Country’s Status (No. 4, 2009)


Solzhenitsyn and the February 1917 Revolution

From the Archives:

The “Kremlin” League of Nations Plan, 1920s (No. 4, 2008)