China's Responses to External Pressures on its WMD-related Exports after 2004: reactive and proactive

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China's Responses to External Pressures on its WMD-related Exports after 2004: reactive and proactive Journal of Contemporary China 24 (93): 511-30.

Abstract
China, although a member of most of the international non-proliferation and multilateral export control regimes and having a law-based comprehensive export control system, has not fully complied with its non-proliferation obligations, which is evidenced by not only the US's sanctions on some Chinese entities for their weapons of mass destruction (WMD) related exports but also some external disclosures in this regard. Faced with these external pressures, China's responses have been both reactive and proactive.
 
 
Author
Fuzuo Wu is an alumnus of the Global Leaders Fellowship Programme