1. Beyond Academia and Politics: Understanding China and Doing Sinology in Czechoslovakia after World War II
  2. Olga Lomová, Anna Zádrapová
  3. pp. 11-35
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  1. Surging between China and Russia: Legacies, Politics, and Turns of Sinology in Contemporary Mongolia
  2. Enkhchimeg Baatarkhuyag, Chih-yu Shih
  3. pp. 37-57
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  1. The Study of China in Poland after World War II: Toward the “New Sinology”?
  2. Anna Rudakowska
  3. pp. 59-90
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  1. The Lifting of the “Iron Veil” by Russian Sinologists During the Soviet Period (1917–1991)
  2. Valentin C. Golovachev
  3. pp. 91-111
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  1. Soviet Sinology and Two Approaches to an Understanding of Chinese History
  2. Alexander Pisarev
  3. pp. 113-130
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  1. Uneven Development vs. Searching for Integrity: Chinese Studies in Post-Soviet Russia
  2. Alexei D. Voskressenski
  3. pp. 131-154
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  1. Do We Need to Rethink Sinology?: Views from the Eastern Bloc
  2. Fabio Lanza
  3. pp. 155-158
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  1. The Discourse of Political Constitutionalism in Contemporary China: Gao Quanxi’s Studies on China’s Political Constitution
  2. Albert H. Y. Chen
  3. pp. 183-214
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  1. Research on Chinese Investigative Journalism, 1978—2013: A Critical Review
  2. Haiyan Wang, Francis L. F. Lee
  3. pp. 215-251
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  1. The West as the Other: A Genealogy of Chinese Occidentalism by Mingming Wang (review)
  2. Bogdan Góralczyk
  3. pp. 253-255
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  1. Barefoot Doctors and Western Medicine in China by Fang Xiaoping (review)
  2. Nathan Sivin
  3. pp. 256-258
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  1. China’s Hukou System: Markets, Migrants, and Institutional Change by Jason Young (review)
  2. Yudu Li, Hong Lu
  3. pp. 259-261
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  1. Democracy on Trial: Social Movements and Cultural Politics in Post-authoritarian Taiwan by Ya-Chung Chuang (review)
  2. Xinzhi Zhang
  3. pp. 265-269
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  1. The Rise of China and Chinese International Relations Scholarship by Hung-Jen Wang (review)
  2. Ngeow Chow Bing
  3. pp. 270-272
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  1. The China Fallacy: How the U. S. Can Benefit from China’s Rise and Avoid Another Cold War by Donald Gross (review)
  2. Daniel Westlake
  3. pp. 273-275
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  1. Doing Sinology in Former Socialist States, Reflections from the Czech Republic, Mongolia, Poland, and Russia: Introduction
  2. Chih-yu Shih
  3. pp. 1-9
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