June 8, 2006

  • Andrew C. Mertha
  • Published 2006


The issue of intellectual property in China continues to demonstrate its remarkable durability. The fact that the US and China have been relatively low-key about the issue over the past several years has more to do with other, more pressing US concerns such as the war in Iraq and the Bush administration’s domestic agenda than with actual patterns of piracy… (More)


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