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China and its neighbours : history and border disputes
Bib ID 6491494
Format OnlineOnline [text, still image, online resource]
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Description [China], [2014-] 
Online resource 
Series

Asian Web Archive Collections.

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Mode of access: Available online. Address as at 04/06/2014: https://archive-it.org/collections/4601 

Summary

Web resources for information about the South China Sea and border disputes.

Notes

Title from title screen (viewed on 4 June 2014)

Websites archived one-time from 4 June 2014 onwards.

Web sites selected and archived as a collection on Archive-It

Subjects Territorial waters - China.  |  China - Boundaries.  |  South China Sea - Boundaries.
Other authors/contributors Internet Archive (Firm)

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