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Tibet vs. China

Tibet vs. China

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Published by: kirkstefanski on May 08, 2010
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Policy Studies 7
The Tibet-China Conflict:
History and Polemics
Elliot Sperling
East-West Center
Policy Studies
A Publication of the East-West Center Washington
Editor:Dr. Muthiah Alagappa

The aim of Policy Studies is to present scholarly analysis of key contemporary domestic
and international political, economic, and strategic issues affecting Asia in a policy rel-
evant manner. Written for the policy community, academics, journalists, and the
informed public, the peer-reviewed publications in this series will provide new policy
insights and perspectives based on extensive fieldwork and rigorous scholarship.

Each publication in the series presents a 15,000 to 25,000 investigation of a single
topic. Often publications in this series will appear in conjunction with East-West
Center research projects; stand-alone investigations of pertinent issues will also appear
in the series.

Submissions may take the form of a proposal or completed manuscript.
Proposal. A three to five page proposal should indicate the issue, problem, or puzzle to

be analyzed, its policy significance, the novel perspective to be provided, and date by
which the manuscript will be ready. The editor and two relevant experts will review
proposals to determine their suitability for the series. The manuscript when completed
will be peer-reviewed in line with the double blind process.

Complete Manuscript.Submission of complete manuscript should be accompanied by a

two page abstract that sets out the issue, problem, or puzzle analyzed, its policy signifi-
cance, and the novel perspective provided by the paper. The editor and two relevant
experts will review the abstract. If considered suitable for the series, the manuscript will
be peer reviewed in line with the double blind process.

Submissions must be original and not published elsewhere. The East-West Center
Washington will have copyright over material published in the series.
A CV indicating relevant qualifications and publications should accompany submissions.
Notes to Contributors

Manuscripts should be typed and double-spaced. Citations should be inserted in the
text with notes double-spaced at the end. The manuscript should be accompanied by a
completed bibliography. All artwork should be camera ready. Authors should refrain
from identifying themselves in their proposals and manuscripts and should follow the

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be sent to:
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East-West Center Washington
1819 L Street NW, Suite 200
Washington, D.C. 20036

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