From Proliferator to Model Citizen? China's Recent Enforcement of Nonproliferation Related Trade Controls and Its Potential Positive Impact in the Region
Air University (U.S.). Press
Lieggi, Stephanie
This Strategic Studies Quarterly article examines China's recent enforcement of nonproliferation related trade controls and its potential positive impact in the region. It discusses China's proliferation history, nonproliferation-related controls in China since 2002, major players in China's export control system, enforcement being the weakest link, 4 case studies, the lack of transparency in China's enforcement, and China's export control system being used as a model for the region.
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    Lieggi, Stephanie
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    Air University (U.S.). Press
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    Public Domain
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    Air University: www.au.af.mil/au/
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    Strategic Studies Quarterly (Summer 2010), v.4 no.2, p.39-62
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    Journals and articles

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