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  1. Congressional Challenges on U.S. Administration's "One China" Policy during the Clinton Administration,TangZiCui/,0/1
  2. Research on the Interaction Mode between American Congressmen and Voters,LiYanHua/Hubei University,0/56
  3. The U.S. Congress Effect on Policy Toward North Korea after the Cold War,JiPeng/Jilin University,0/36
  4. Congress Factors Analysis in the U.S. Arms Sales to Taiwan,WangHaiBo/Liaoning University,0/13
  5. The Congressional Factors of American China Policy during the Bill Clinton Administration,LiuLi/Liaoning University,0/29
  6. Taiwan Interest Groups and Their Influence on Sino-U.S. Relations,LiuTong/East China Normal University,0/83
  7. AIPAC and U.S. Iran Policy,WangBeiBei/,0/15
  8. The U.S. Congress and Sino-US Intellectual Property Research (1989-2005),WangRuiJie/Fudan University,4/1315
  9. The U.S. Congress and the U.S. human rights foreign policy ( 1980 to 2003 ),WangFang/Fudan University,2/975
  10. Congress security decisions to China ( 1989-2003 ),JiangXiaoYan/Fudan University,2/1286
  11. The U.S. Congress and the Taiwan issue, (1979-2002 ),ShaoYuQun/Fudan University,3/1388
  12. U.S. Congress and Sino-US relations ( 1949-1979 ) - Case Studies,XuHongYan/Fudan University,4/902
  13. Congress and U.S. security policy after the Cold War,NiFeng/Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences,2/528
  14. U.S. financial Diplomatic Studies,ZhouYeZuo/Fudan University,2/1049
  15. Cold War U.S. Congress' research proposal and vote,LiLi/Fudan University,1/691
  16. A Study of American Congressional Oversight of Covert Action during Cold War,LiuLei/Shaanxi Normal University,2/184
  17. On the Policy of U.S. Congress for the Post-war International Peace Organization During World War Two, 1942-1943,HanChangQing/Capital Normal University,1/91
  18. Analysis of the decision-making behavior of members of the U.S. Congress and China to vote,LiQingZhan/Foreign Service Institute,4/175
  19. U.S. technology exports to China control its causes,LiPeng/Foreign Service Institute,3/442
  20. U.S. Congress on China trade policy and its impact on Sino-US relations,ZhaoNing/Foreign Service Institute,3/422
  21. Study on Decisions of U.S. Congress to China,LuZuoZhao/Suzhou University,3/189
  22. Analyse the Reason for Sino-US Relations in a State of Turbulence after the Cold War,ZuoXianXue/Shanxi University,2/377
  23. Lobbying foreign governments to the United States would Comparative Study,ZhangZuo/PLA Foreign Languages ??Institute,0/200
  24. The Impact of American Congress on Sino-US Relations,YuLiZuo/Jilin University,0/277
  25. Study on U.S. Congress Interfering with the Tibetan Problems,LiLiZhi/Jinan University,0/586
  26. Analysis on the Interaction between American Media and Congress during the Foreign Policy-Making of the United States,MaZhengYi/Jinan University,2/456
  27. Analysis of the role of the U.S. Congress in relations with China in the Cold War,CuiHaiNing/Shandong Normal University,0/221
  28. U.S. Congress and the MFN status to China ( 1990 to 2000 ),WangQing/Shandong University,0/190
  29. Transnational Corporations and the China policy of the United States Congress,LiMing/Foreign Service Institute,2/243
  30. Analysis of Congress and U.S. trade policy,YiYin/Foreign Service Institute,3/249
  31. US Congress Decision-Making on Taiwan Issue from 1990: Perspective from Voting Behavior,ChenJiong/Tsinghua University,0/134
  32. Analysis of the Role of the U.S. Congress in U.S. policy toward China in the 1979- 2003,CaiXiuMei/Nanjing Normal University,0/313
  33. Research on US Congress’s Decision-making on Taiwan Issue after the Cold War Based on Two-level Game Theory,DanHongMin/National University of Defense Science and Technology,0/320
  34. The politicians behavior of members of the U.S. Congress and the relations with China,ShenZuoZuo/Foreign Service Institute,1/156
  35. After the Cold War the U.S. Export Administration Act legislative gridlock reasons,ZhangQian/Foreign Service Institute,0/78
  36. The late nineteenth century America \,ZongChuanJun/Shandong Normal University,1/232
  37. On the establishment of the United States Congress bicameral,XuYanBo/Shandong Normal University,1/410
  38. The Influence of the United States Congress upon the United States-Taiwan Relations,LiChengGong/PLA Foreign Languages ??Institute,0/188
  39. On the U.S. Congress’ Security Policy Towards China after 9·11 Incident,XuXiangPeng/Jiangxi Normal University,0/75
  40. Clinton administration, the U.S. Congress in the U.S. policy toward Taiwan,LuoYuZuo/Foreign Service Institute,0/178
  41. Comment on the Role Palyed by Th U.S. Congress Towards Taiwan,TaoYuZuo/Inner Mongolia University,1/149
  42. The impact of the political parties in the U.S. energy legislation 1991-2008,WangYi/Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences,1/59
  43. The Sectionalism in U.S. Foreign Policy,ZhangZuoZuo/Lanzhou University,0/133
  44. C-SPAN Political Communication Mode,LiLing/Central University for Nationalities,1/97
  45. On the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission 's role and influence,MaZuo/Fudan University,0/105
  46. An Analysis of Tennessee Valley Authority v.Hill,WangLiXin/Northeast Normal University,0/93
  47. On the Institution and Operation of the U.S. Congress,DuanZhongWei/Dalian University of Technology,2/399
  48. Minority Rights in U.S. Senate,DuChun/Zhejiang University,0/90
  49. Impact of the early 2000s the U.S. Congress decision-making mechanism of China,LiuBingRuo/Foreign Service Institute,1/63
  50. Analysis of the political economy of trade policy,AnZuoBo/Yunnan University of Finance,0/119

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