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China Foreign Policy & Government Guide By IBPUSA
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Foreign policy, domestic policy, political system and parties, government and administrative structure, international activity and more. Updated annually
China Foreign Policy and Government Guide Volume 1 Strategic Information and Developments By IBP USA
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China Foreign Policy and Government Guide Volume 1 Strategic Information and Developments By IBP USA
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China Foreign Policy and Government Guide Volume 1 Strategic Information and Developments By Int'l Business Publications USA
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China Foreign Policy and Government Guide Volume 1 Strategic Information and Developments By IBP USA
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THE FOREIGN POLICY OF AZERBAIJAN AND ITS CONTRIBUTIONS TO WORLD PEACE By PETER MARKO TASE
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"The Organization of Asia Pacific News Agencies (OANA) is the largest regional media organization. Established in 1961 at the initiative of UNESCO, it now unites 44 agencies in 35 countries.... More > These member countries account for the two-thirds of the world's total news flow. OANA aims to promote the flow of news in regional countries, to eliminate the information gap between the developed and developing countries, [...]communication and technical capabilities of the news agencies. The supreme body of the organization is the General Assembly which is held every three years. The Assembly discusses the problems and challenges the information agencies face, as well as exchanges views on media innovations. The first OANA General Assembly was held in Thailand, the next ones in Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, India, China, Iran, Russia, Turkey, and other countries. Heads and representatives of 40 agencies will attend the organization's 16th General Assembly to be held on November 18th in Marriott Absheron Hotel, Baku."< Less
The Real Rebalancing: American Diplomacy and The Tragedy of President Obama’s Foreign Policy By John R. Deni et al.
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As this monograph goes to press, the nuclear agreement negotiated between Iran and the so-called P5+1—the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council consisting of the United... More > States, France, the United Kingdom, Russia, China, plus Germany—is the subject of heated debate within Washington. The negotiations that produced the agreement perhaps best exemplify the efforts by the Barack Obama administration to use diplomacy to address the most vexing security challenges of the day. The United States and Iran have struggled to overcome mutual hostility and distrust stemming from the 1953 coup against the Mohammad Mossadegh government and the 1979-80 hostage crisis, not to mention Teheran’s use of Hezbollah as a proxy against American ally Israel. Yet despite this, the administration persisted over several years to first intensify and broaden economic sanctions against Iran, and then to engage in painstaking negotiations with an authoritarian country that routinely and methodically employs...< Less
The Evolution of United States Policy with Respect to China since the time of Nixon’s Visit By Farrukh Khan
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This study attempts to present an analysis of United States foreign policy towards People’s Republic of China since President Nixon’s visit to this country. The policy of détente... More > that had been set up by President Nixon and Mr. Henry Kissinger not only made it possible for America to disengage itself from a costly war in Vietnam, but this policy also made it possible to stabilize the Asia – Pacific region. It will appear that the confrontation between the communist ideology and that of capitalist egalitarianism has been better settled through dialogue and engagement rather than through the force of arms. However, progress has not always been smooth and a difference in the thinking prevailing within the two nations has sometimes proven itself to be difficult to resolve to a common view.< Less
The Evolution of United States Policy with Respect to China since the time of Nixon’s Visit By Farrukh Khan
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This study attempts to present an analysis of United States foreign policy towards People’s Republic of China since President Nixon’s visit to this country. The policy of détente... More > that had been set up by President Nixon and Mr. Henry Kissinger not only made it possible for America to disengage itself from a costly war in Vietnam, but this policy also made it possible to stabilize the Asia – Pacific region. It will appear that the confrontation between the communist ideology and that of capitalist egalitarianism has been better settled through dialogue and engagement rather than through the force of arms. However, progress has not always been smooth and a difference in the thinking prevailing within the two nations has sometimes proven itself to be difficult to resolve to a common view.< Less
The Misconception of the China Energy Threat By Ryan Hull
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An analysis of China's growing thirst for oil and its effect on oil markets and foreign policy.

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