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Chinese Nuclear Policy and the Future of Minimum Deterrence
Yao Yunzhu. Strategic Insights, September 2005.

China and Ballistic Missile Defense:  1955 to 2002 and Beyond
Brad Roberts. Institute for Defence Analysis, September 2003. Hosted by STINET databse (.pdf file).

The Case for Missile Defense
David Isenberg. Asia Times, 23 July 2003. Posted on Taiwan Security Research web site.

The Bush Administration's Nuclear Strategy and Its Implications for China's Security
Tian Jingmei. Center for International Security and Cooperation, Stanford University, March 2003 (.pdf file).

How U.S. Strategic Policy Is Changing China's Nuclear Plans
Joanne Tompkins. Arms Control Today, January/February 2003.

China and Missile Defense
Alan D. Romberg and Michael McDevitt. The Henry L. Stimson Center, 2003 (.pdf file).

Theater Missile Defense and Cross Strait Relations
Mumin Chen. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, 29 August- 2 September 2002. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.pdf file).

Ballistic Missiles and Missile Defense in Asia
Michael D. Swaine and Loren H. Runyon. National Bureau of Asian Research Analysis, June 2002.

Missile Defense and Asian Security
Michael Krepon. Report #45. Presented to the Stimson/CNA NMD-China Project, 20 February 2002. Posted on the Henry L. Stimson Center website.

Missile Defense and U.S. Policy Options Toward Beijing
Rear Adm. Michael McDevitt. Report #47. The Henry L. Stimson Center, 28 February 2002.

China Tests Shield-Busting Missile, Report
CNN.com, 5 February 2002. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

The Collapse of the ABM Treaty Regime and Global Strategic Stability
Shih-min Chen. National Taiwan University, 24 January 2002.

Potential Chinese Responses to US Ballistic Missile Defense
Paul H. B. Godwin. Report #43. Stimson Center, January 2002.

Missile Defenses and the Taiwan Scenario
James Mulvenon. Report #44. Stimson Center, January 2002.

Can China‚s Tolerance Last?
Bates Gill. Arms Control Association, January/February 2002.

China Braces for Uncertainty as ABM Treaty Unravels
Ching Cheong. Strait Times, 27 December 2001. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

ABM Withdrawal a Dangerous Sign
China Daily, 21 December 2001. Posted on the Taiwan Security Research website.

National Missile Defense and China's Current Security Perceptions
David M Finkelstein. Report #42. Stimson Center, December 2001.

Changes in the ABM Won't Threaten China
Paul Wolfowitz. Far Eastern Economic Review, 26 October 2001. Posted on GlobalSecurity.org.

China - U.S. Nuclear Relations: What Relationship Best Serves U.S. Interests?
Brad Roberts. IDA Paper #P-3640. Institute for Defense Analyses, August 2001.

What's the Real Point of Missile Defences?
The Economist, 19 July 2001. Posted on the TSR Website.

China Looks to Foil U.S. Missile Defense System
Michael R. Gordon. New York Times, 29 April 2001. Posted on TSR Website.

Bush's Missile Shield at Heart of Asian Diplomacy
Reuters, 15 Mar. 2001. Posted on the TSR Website.

The effects of NMD on Chinese strategy
Dr Li Bin. Jane's International Security News, 7 March 2001.

The China and Nuclear Reunion Is Only a Motive Away
David E. Mosher and Lowell H. Schwartz. LA Times, 25 Feb. 2001. Posted on TSR Website.

US must consider how missile defense plan will play in China.
Hui Zhang. Boston Globe, 18 January 2001. Posted on the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Website.

Missile Defense & China.
Wade L. Huntley and Robert Brown. Foreign Policy in Focus. Volume 6, Number 3. January 2001.

Ballistic Missile Defense and Northeast Asian Security: Views from Washington, Beijing, and Tokyo
Evan Medeiros, rapporteur. Report from a series of conferences. Stanley Foundation and Monterey Institute, 2001.

TMD in the Asia-Pacific: A View From China
Ritu Mathur. Strategic Analysis (November 2000)

Facing the China Factor
Banning Garrett. Arms Control Today (October 2000)

TMD and US-China-Japan Cooperation
Wang Qun. Nautilus Institute, September 28, 2000.

Missile Defense Deferral Makes Asia a Safer Place
Tom Plate. LA Times, 6 September 2000. Posted on Taiwan Security Research Web site.

Theater Missile Defense in Japan: Implications For The U.S.-China-Japan Strategic Relationship
Patrick M. O'Donogue. Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Strategic Studies Institute, September 2000 (.pdf file).

Theater Missile Defense: How Will It Recast Security and Diplomacy in East Asia?
Peter Brookes. Heritage Lectures, Heritage Foundation, Washington, DC: 17 August 2000.

Theater Missile Defenses in the Asia-Pacific Region
A Henry L. Stimson Center Working Group Report. Report No. 34. Washington, DC: June 2000.

Beijing Must Factor Into Missile Defense Equation
Greg May. Washington DC: The Nixon Center, June 2000. Posted on the Taiwan Research Web site.

Indefensible Decisions
Zbigniew Brzezinski. Washington Post, 5 May 2000. Posted on the Taiwan Research Web site.

Nuclear Weapons Challenges in Asia
Report from the Seminar. Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies. April 22, 2000.

China, Nuclear Weapons, and Arms Control
Robert Manning, Ronald Montaperto, and Brad Roberts. Report from roundtable sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations, National Defense University, and the Institute for Defense Analysis. April 2000.

Theater Missile Defenses in the Asia-Pacific Region
Stimson Center Working Group on Theater Missile Defense. Washington DC: Henry L. Stimson Center, 2000.

China's Opposition to US Missile Defense Programs
EANP Factsheet, Center for Nonproliferation Studies. Monterey Institute for International Studies, 2000.

China's Strategic Modernization
Mark A. Stokes. Strategic Studies Institute, September 1999. Posted on the Federation of American Scientists website.

China's Nuclear Modernization
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Proliferation Brief Vol. 2. No. 8, 7 April 1999. Posted on Global Beat Web site.

China's Nuclear Environment and Theatre Missile Defence Initiative
Mitchell McGuire. Research Paper #6, The Centre for East-West Cultural and Economic Studies, Bond University, May 1999. Posted on the International Relations Portal website (.pdf file).

China's Changing Nuclear Posture: Reactions to the South Asian Nuclear Tests
Ming Zhang. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. March 1999.

Asian Reactions To U.S. Missile Defense
Michael J. Green and Toby F. Dalton. NBR Analysis (Vol. 11, No. 3. 1999)

China's Missile Warning
Ambassador Sha Zukang. Speech delivered at the Seventh Carnegie International Non-Proliferation Conference in Washington, D.C., 12 January 1999. Posted on Taiwan Security Research.

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