Contemporary International Relations is the bimonthly English-language journal of the prestigious Beijing-based think tank the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations (CICIR). CICIR is one of China's largest and oldest civilian research institutions for international studiesĀ - and one of its most influential think tanks. With its significant staff of researchers and analysts, the Institute has made considerable contributions to China's foreign policy decision-making process over the years. Contemporary International Relations is one of the earliest English publications on international politics and international relations to be published in China. The journal includes papers by CICIR researchers as well as scholars and researchers from other institutes in China and from around the world. Each issue of Contemporary International Relations covers topics such as politics, diplomacy, security, economics, military, social issues, and issues related to Hong Kong, Taiwan and Macau. Contemporary International Relations is the ideal resource for insight into the ever-changing face of modern-day China and its relations with the rest of the world.

Publisher: East View Press

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Volume 21, Number 5, October 2011

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China and Asia: Prospects for Common Development
pp. 1-7(7)
Author: Yuanping, Qiu

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Chinese Public Diplomacy toward Europe: Goals, Progress and Challenges
pp. 8-24(17)
Author: Yiwei, Song Lilei, Wang

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A Ten-Year Reflection on the Events of 9/11 and Their Impact on China
pp. 48-62(15)
Author: Chunlin, Jin Canrong, Dong

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9/11 and Global Strategic Stability
pp. 75-85(11)
Author: Yongsheng, Tang

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Ways to Advance China’s “Going Out” Policy
pp. 101-103(3)
Author: Jian, Tao

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Problems Facing China’s “Going Out”
pp. 104-108(5)
Author: Yong, Jiang

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How Hong Kong Can Help China “Go Out”
pp. 109-111(3)
Author: Yuncheng, Zhang

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Risks Faced by Chinese Investors Overseas
pp. 112-115(4)
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The Arab World Attempts Third Revival
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