John Gittings

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John Gittings.

John Gittings is a journalist and author who is mainly known for his work on modern China and the Cold War. From 1983 to 2003, he worked at The Guardian (UK) as assistant foreign editor and chief foreign leader-writer. He has been a fellow of the Transnational Institute.

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  • The Changing Face of China: From Mao to Market. Oxford University Press. 2005 (paperback: 2006).
  • China through the Sliding Door. London: Simon & Schuster/Touchstone, 1999.
  • Real China: From cannibalism to karaoke. London: Simon & Schuster, 1996.
  • China Changes Face: The road from revolution. Oxford: OUP, 1989/90.
  • The World and China, 1922–1974. London: Eyre-Methuen, 1974.
  • A Chinese View of China. London: BBC, 1972.
  • Survey of the Sino-Soviet Dispute. Oxford: OUP for RIIA, 1968.
  • The Role of the Chinese Army. Oxford: OUP for RIIA, 1966.

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