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Agents of Influence

Assessing the Role of Chinese Foreign Policy Research Organizations After the 16th Party Congress

Published in: Civil-military change in China: elites, institutes, and ideas after the 16th Party Congress / edited by Andrew Scobell, Larry Wortzel (Carlisle, PA : Strategic Studies Institute, Army War College, 2004), chapter 9, p. 279-307

by Evan S. Medeiros

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