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Chinese national security
Crisis management--China--Congresses.
Decision making--China--Congresses.
China. Zhongguo ren min jie fang jun.
National security--China--Congresses.
China--Strategic aspects--Congresses.
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LCC: UA835 .C4495 2005 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 355.6/830951 full (Assigner: dlc)
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If there is one constant in expert analyses of the history of modern China, it is the characterization of a country perpetually in the throes of crises. While China at the mid-point of the Twenty-first Century's first decade is arguably the most secure and stable it has been in more than a century, crises continue to emerge with apparent frequency. Consequently, the study of china's behavior in conditions of tension and stress is of considerable importance to policy makers and analysts around the world.
Table Of Contents
1. Introduction / Andrew Scobell and Larry M. Wortzel
2. Chinese crisis management: framework for analysis, tentative observations, and questions for the future / Michael D. Swaine
3. The Tiananmen Massacre reappraised: public protest, urban warfare, and the People's Liberation Army / Larry M. Wortzel
4. SARS 2002-2003: a case study in crisis management / Susan M. Puska
5. Chinese decisionmaking under stress: the Taiwan Strait, 1995-2004 / Richard Bush
6. Decisionmaking under stress: the unintentional bombing of China's Belgrade embassy and the EP-3 collision / Paul H. B. Godwon
7. Decisionmaking in triplicate: China and the three Iraqi wars / Yitzhak Shicor
8. "Decisionmaking under stress" or "crisis management"? : in lieu of a conclusion / Frank Miller and Andrew Scobell.
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Scobell, Andrew. Chinese national security
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Wortzel, Larry M. Chinese national security
Army War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute. Chinese national security