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|Access:||http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/archive2/continuous/034/www.chinasecurity.us/index.php@option=com_csissues&view=section&layout=blog&id=20&Itemid=8&lang=en (downloaded 14-06-2010)|
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|Title:||China Security : a journal of China's strategic development / by The World Security Institute (WSI)|
|Source:||chinasecurity.us (20 Aug. 2010)|
|Collections:||Dachs - Journals|
|Summary:||Established in 2003, China Security is a quarterly English-language policy journal that expresses diverse Chinese views on a range of security issues of importance to China, Asia, Sino-American relations, and the world. With offices in both Beijing and Washington, we draw from specialists in all major policy research and analysis centers inChina, including academic institutions, think tanks, the government, the military and media. We also invite top U.S.-China experts to submit articles in order to provide balance and promote dialogue.|
|Bib. note:||Appears quarterly.|
|Loc. note:||Available issues: issue 1, 2005 - issue 13, 2009 (downloaded 20 Aug. 2009). An new version of "China Security" can be found at http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/archive2/continuous/034/www.chinasecurity.us/.|
|The World Security Institute (WSI)|
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