Catching the Shanghai Spirit

Oresman, Matthew
May 2004
Foreign Policy;May/Jun2004, Issue 142, p78
Provides information on the international coalition called the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). Countries that comprises the coalition; Accomplishments of the SCO in terms of international security; Reference to the article of Pan Guang of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences regarding the SCO which appeared in the "Journal of Social Sciences."


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