China Brief is a primary source of timely information and cutting-edge analysis for policy-makers, intelligence and military personnel, academics, journalists, and business leaders. It is published under the direction of Dr. Arthur Waldron at the University of Pennsylvania and is edited by John S. Van Oudenaren. In addition to its audience in the United States, China Brief is widely-read in East Asia, where articles are regularly translated and reprinted in leading newspapers, journals and websites. Through the use of indigenous sources and detailed and objective analysis, China Brief keeps U.S. public and private sector decision-makers alike informed of developments and trends in China. Writers include Senior Fellow Willy Wo-Lap Lam, Dennis Blasko, Wenran Jiang and other experts, many of whom are based in Asia.
We welcome submissions to China Brief.
Our analysts have experience in their field and must be proficient in the use of relevant indigenous sources. Articles are between 1,500 and 1,800 words and must use indigenous sources–preferably Chinese-language media.
Submissions to China Brief must follow China Brief writing guidelines, available here. Articles that do not follow the guidelines will not be reviewed.
A large number of links to Chinese government agency and news sites are collected here: China Research Source Sheet
Authors are also advised to familiarize themselves with recent articles relevant to their subject.
Prospective authors: address all questions to Mr. John S. Van Oudenaren – cbeditor(at)jamestown.org