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Gene T. Hsiao • 5 Items / 3 Books, 1 Article, 1 Review
Sino-American Detente and Its Policy Implications (1974)
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    International Politics, Law and Organization (Review)
    Sino-American Detente and Its Policy Implications, by Gene T. Hsiao
    1. Sino-American Detente and Its Policy Implications by Gene T. Hsiao
    American Political Science Review, June 1977, p. 838
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    China's Post-Mao Foreign Policy (6 Reviews)
    Three and a Half Powers, by Harold C. Hinton
    1. Three and a Half Powers by Harold C. Hinton
    2. China and the Great Powers by Francis O. Wilcox
    3. Sino-American Detente and Its Policy Implications by Gene T. Hsiao
    4. China and Southeast Asia by Jay Taylor
    5. The Foreign Relations of China by Robert C. North
    6. The World and China, 1922-1972 by John Gittings
    Problems of Communism, March 1977, pp. 71-74
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    Recent Books on International Relations (12 Reviews)
    East Asia and the Pacific
    1. The Second Chinese Revolution by K.S. Karol
    2. Cultural Revolution and Industrial Organization in China by Charles Bettelheim
    3. Sino-American Detente and Its Policy Implications by Gene T. Hsiao
    4. China's Policy in Africa, 1958-71 by Alaba Ogunsanwo
    5. Japan by Helmut Erlinghagen
    6. Prologue to the Future by James William Morley
    7. A Japanese View of Detente by Hisahiko Okazaki
    8. Japan's Parliament: An Introduction by Hans H. Baerwald
    9. Japan: Economic and Social Studies in Development by Heide Simonis and Udo Ernst Simonis
    10. The North Korean Communist Leadership, 1945-1965 by Koon Woo Nam
    11. The Canberra Model by David Butler
    12. Alternative Strategies for Papua New Guinea by Anthony I. Clunies Ross and John Langmore
    Foreign Affairs, October 1974, pp. 191-192