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Chinese Treaties: The Post-Revolutionary Restoration of International Law and Order
Chinese Treaties: The Post-Revolutionary Restoration of International Law and Order
By Gary L. Scott
Oceana/Sijthoff, 1975, 312 pp

A quantitative study of Chinese treaty-making behavior leads to the conclusion that the People's Republic follows the normal practices of the status quo powers in its international obligations, and regards treaty commitments no less seriously than do more ideologically conservative nations.