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U.S.-China Counterterrorism Cooperation: Issues for U.S. Policy
Shirley A. Kan. Congressional Research Service, updated 10 October 2007 (.pdf file).

Lukewarm Partner: Chinese Support for U.S. Counter-Terrorism in Southeast Asia
Denny Roy. Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies, March 2006 (.pdf file).

East Turkestan Terrorism and the Terrorist Arc: China's Post 9/11 Anti-Terror Strategy
Pan Guang. China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

Confronting Terrorism and Other Evils in China: All Quiet on the Western Front?
Chien-peng Chung. China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

US-China Counter-Terrorism Cooperation: Issues for US Policy
Shirley Kan. Congressional Research Service, 07 December 2004 (.pdf file).

China's Role in the War on Terrorism
David M. Lampton. The Nixon Center, 29 January 2004 (.pdf file).

Southeast Asian Perspectives on the Rise of China:  Regional Security after 9/11
Rommel C. Banlaoi. Parameters, Summer 2003. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website. (.pdf file).

Dragon on Terrorism:  Assessing China's Tactical Gains and Strategic Losses Post-September 11
Mohan Malik. Strategic Studies Institute, October 2002. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.pdf file).

U.S. - China Relations in a Post-September 11th World
David M. Lampton and Richard Daniel Ewing. The Nixon Center, August 2002 (.pdf file).

China's "War on Terror": September 11 and Uighur Separatism
Chien-peng Chung. Foreign Affairs Magazine, July/August 2002.

September 11 and Northeast Asia: Change and Uncertainty in Regional Security
Bates Gill. Brookings Review, Summer 2002.

The Effects of September 11 and Its Aftermath on China, and the Chinese Response
Michael Szonyi. Commentary #81. Canadian Security Intelligence Service, 18 April 2002.

United States-China Relations and Regional Security after September 11
Yu Bin. Center for Strategic and International Studies, February 2002.

Terrorism, Taiwan Elections, and Tattered Treaties: PRC Security Politics From September 11 Through Year's End
Thomas J. Christensen. The China Leadership Monitor, Winter 2002.

Small Mercies:  China and America After 9/11
David M. Lampton. The National Interest, Winter 2001/02. Posted on The Nixon Center website (.pdf file).

China's Relations with Central Asian States and Problems with Terrorism
Dewardric L. McNeal. Congressional Research Service, 17 December 2001.

"September 11 and US-China Ties: A Chance for a New Strategic Partnership?"
Richard Solomon. Program Brief, vol. 7, #22. The Nixon Center, 12 December 2001.

Southeast Asia After 9/11: Regional Trends and U.S. Interests
Angel Rabasa. RAND Corporation, December 2001.

"September 11 Event" vs. Sino-US Relations
Yuan Peng. Chinese Institute of Contemporary International Relations, November 2001. Posted on the U.S.-China Commission website.

Terrorism and America: Five Asia Pacific Perspectives
East-West Center, October 2001.

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