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Highlight of Past Issues 1996-2009 (Select) 內容提要

Chinese Political Studies: Overview of the State of the Field
LYNN T. WHITE III
Political Culture and the Study of Chinese Politics
PETER R. MOODY, JR.
Western Political Science Theories and the Development of Political Theories in China
YANG GUANGBIN & LI MIAO
Western Political Research Approaches and the Development of Political Science Methodology in China
JING YUEJIN & WANG GUOQIN
The Logics of Comparative Politics and the Development of Political Science in China
YANG ZHONG
Political Science Research on China: Making the Most of Diversity
BJORN ALPERMANN
Choices for Chinese Political Science: Methodological Positivism or Methodological Pluralism?
JON R. TAYLOR
The Perestroika Movement in American Political Science and its Lessons for Chinese Political Studies
SHELLEY RIGGER
Environmental Politics in China: An Issue Area in Review
FENGSHI WU
Citizens’ Perceptions of Governance in Rural and Urban China
TONY SAICH
Genro Rule in China and Japan: A Comparative Perspective
PETER R. MOODY, JR
How Economic Superpower China Could Transform Africa
EDWARD FRIEDMAN
Resolving China’s Island Disputes: A Two-Level Game Analysis
CHIEN-PENG CHUNG
Continuity or Change: US Policy & Taiwan
DENNIS V. HICKEY
The Struggle for Recognition: Diplomatic Competition Between China and Taiwan in Oceania
ANTHONY VAN FOSSEN
The “Role” of Nationalism in Chinese Foreign Policy: A Reactive Model of Nationalism & Conflict
MICHAEL ALAN BRITTINGHAM
Against Privatization in China: A Historical and Empirical Argument
LIN CHUN
Popular Attitudes toward Distributive Injustice: Beijing and Warsaw Compared
MARTIN KING WHYTE & CHUNPING HAN
New Thinking in Financial Market Regulation: Dismantling the “Split Share Structure” of Chinese Listed Companies
MARY COMERFORD COOPER
China’s Harmonious World: Beyond Cultural Interpretations
YU BIN
Harmonious World and China’s Foreign Economic Policy: Features, Implications, and Challenges
JEAN-MARC F. BLANCHARD
What—and How—Have Tianjin Workers Been Thinking?
MARC BLECHER
Environmental Stressors and Food Security in China
JERRY MCBEATH & JENIFER HUANG MCBEATH

The Sino-Japanese-Russian Triangle
Lowell Dittmer
Democracy and the Governing Party (
执政党): A Theoretical Perspective
Brantly Womack
The Political and Practical Obstacles to the Reform of the Judiciary and the Establishment of a Rule of Law in China
Jean-Pierre Cabestan
OFF BALANCE: The Unintended Consequences of Fiscal Federalism in China
Kellee S. Tsai
Hu Jintao and the CCP’s Ideology: A Historical Perspective
Zhiyue Bo
Elected Leaders and Collective Land
John Kennedy, Scott Rozelle, & Shi Yaojiang
Mapping the Evolution and Transformation of the New Private Entrepreneurs in China
Zhaohui Hong

Political Economy of FDI and Economic Growth in China: A Longitudinal Test at Provincial Level

Han Gyu Lheem & Sujian Guo

Political Legitimacy and China ’s Transition

Baogang Guo

Max Weber and China’s Transition under the New Leadership
Chenshan Tian
Leadership Change, Legitimacy, and Party Transition
Shiping Zheng
Elite Politics and the Fourth Generation of Chinese Leadership
Zheng Yongnian & Lye Liang Fook
Middle Class: Friends or Foes to Chinese New Leadership?
He Li
Leadership Transition and Chinese Foreign Policy
Guoli Liu
Eight Grannies with Nine Teeth Between Them
Robert Benewick and Akio Takahara
Bureaucratic Capacity and State-Society Relations in China
Yanzhong Huang and Dali L. Yang
Gendering Women and Politics in Contemporary China
Lisa Fischler
The Impact of the U.S War on Terrorism upon the U.S.-China Relations
Oliver M. Lee
The Politics of Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations
Weixing Chen
Taiwan ’s Power Reconfiguration and Its Impact on Cross-Strait Relations
Gang Lin
Taiwan’s Presidential Elections and Sino-U.S. Relations
Yang Zhong
The Relationship among Washington, Beijing, and Taipei
in the Post-Cold War Era: A Formal Modeling
Xiaobo Hu and John P. Boardman
Dimensional Manipulation and Choice Strategy in US-China Relations: A Spatial Game-Theoretical Analysis
Xinsheng Liu
The Future in Comparative Politics
Robert Bates

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