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Chinese Military Commerce and U.S. National Security

Published 1997

by James C. Mulvenon

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This report attempts to evaluate the scale of Chinese military and defense-industrial commercial activity in the United States and the implications of this commerce upon the 1997 Most Favored Nation (MFN) debate as well as Sino-U.S. relations writ large.

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