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THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Edward Friedman
CHINAS Hans Heymann
CHINESE PERCEPTIONS OF SOCIAL IMPERIALISM Dennis M
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15 PEKING REV agricultural American areas Asia Asian Bank birth control birth rate border capita capitalist China's population Chinese claims co-optation Communist complete plants continental shelf corporations crude Cultural Revolution currency dependency developing countries diplomatic domestic East East China Sea economic development elite energy consumption energy production equipment exchange rate exploitation exports F.E. ECO family planning fertilizer foreign technology imperialist imports increase industrial islands Japan Japanese large numbers leadership letters of credit Maoist military million nations nuclear organization organizational overseas Chinese payment People's Republic percent petroleum political population growth problem purchase regions relations Renminbi Republic of China Russian Ryukyu Second Party self-reliance self-sufficiency Senkaku Islands Sept settlement Sino-Japanese Sino-Soviet social imperialism socialist sovereignty Soviet aid Soviet revisionists Soviet Union Stanford Law School supra note Table Taching Taiwan Third World Tiao-yii Tiao-yU Treaty United Western world population