The Broken mirror : China after Tiananmen / edited by George Hicks ; with contributions by the following, Asai Motofumi ... [et al.].

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Chicago : St. James Press, c1990.
Description
xxv, 526 p. ; 23 cm.

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Related name
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
  • The students : heroes, pawns, or power-brokers? / Jane Macartney
  • Chinese intellectuals in the 1989 democracy movement / David Kelly
  • Confession, redemption, and death : Liu Xiaobo and the protest movement of 1989 / Geremie Barmé
  • The thought and spirit of Fang Lizhi / Perry Link
  • The rulers : China's last communist leadership? / Jürgen Domes
  • The death of a people's army / Michael T. Byrnes
  • After the massacres / Simon Leys
  • Tiananmen and Chinese political culture : the escalation of confrontation / Lucian W. Pye
  • China's socialist economy : a broken system / Jan S. Prybyla
  • Autonomy versus authoritarianism / Thomas B. Gold
  • The ideology of Chinese communism : causes and effects / Michael Lindsay
  • The U.S. and China : sanctioning Tiananmen Square / William McGurn
  • The romance of realpolitik / Miriam London
  • Taiwan's mainland policy before and after June 4 / Byron S.J. Weng
  • Prospects for democracy in Hong Kong / Joseph Y.S. Cheng.
  • (cont.) Japan's China policy-- a pattern of consistency / Asai Motofumi
  • Death of a dream in rural China / Andrew J. Spano
  • Tiananmen and the rule of law / Jerome Alan Cohen
  • Human-rights exception no longer / Nihal Jayawickrama
  • Punishment season : human rights in China after martial law / Asia Watch
  • Deng's 'Middle Kingdom' strategy / Richard C. Thornton
  • China's post-Tiananmen diplomacy / Joseph Y.S. Cheng
  • The re-emergence of the realm of the private in China / Orville Schell
  • Chinese bureaucracy : an historical atavism / Wojtek Zafanolli
  • China and the crisis of communism / Franz Michael
  • The next power struggle / Ramon H. Myers
  • Four ways communism could die in China / Jürgen Domes.
Other title(s)
China after Tiananmen.
ISBN
  • 0582074851
  • 9780582074859
  • 1558620699 (U.S.)
  • 9781558620698 (U.S.)
LCCN
91145069
OCLC
23102427
RCP
N - S
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