China's nuclear agenda and the implications for United States foreign policy
Olmo, Elizabeth D.
Buss, Claude A.
Winterford, David S.
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This thesis covers the history of China's nuclear development and examines the changes in its muclear policies over the past three decades. It examines the issues of China's nuclear and defense strategies, nuclear and defense policies, arms transfers policies, proliferation policies and its foreign policies. Implications for American foreign policy vis-a-vis China's evolving nuclear status are discussed
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