White Papers of the Chinese Government (2009-2011)

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Table of Contents
China's National Defense in 2008 (January 2009) 
Fifty Years of Democratic Reform in Tibet (March 2009) 
China's Actions for Disaster Prevention and Reduction (May 2009) 
Development and Progress in Xinjiang (September 2009) 
China's Ethnic Policy and Common Prosperity and 
Development of All Ethnic Groups (September 2009) 
The Internet in China (June 2010) 
China's Human Resources (September 2010) 
Progress in China's Human Rights in 2009 (September 2010)
China-Africa Economic and Trade Cooperation (December 2010) 
China's Efforts to Combat Corruption and Build 
a Clean Government (December 2010) 
China's National Defense in 2010 (March 2011) 
China's Foreign Aid (April 2011) 
Sixty Years Since Peaceful Liberation of Tibet (July 2011) 
China's Peaceful Development (September 2011) 
The Socialist System of Laws with 
Chinese Characteristics (October 2011) 
New Progress in Development—oriented Poverty Reduction 
Program for Rural China (November 2011) 
China's Policies and Actions for Addressing 
Climate Change (2011) (November 2011) 
China's Foreign Trade (December 2011) 
China's Space Activities in 2011 (December 2011)
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China has joined all international treaties and international organizations in the field of non-proliferation. It attaches great importance to the role of the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) and the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) in preventing the proliferation of WMD. China supports the role played by the UN in the field of non-proliferation, and has conscientiously implemented the relevant resolutions of the UN Security Council. 
China is dedicated to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, and firmly promotes the Six-Party Talks process on that issue. China facilitated the adoption of "Initial Actions for the Implementation of the Joint Statement" and the "Second-Phase Actions for the Implementation of the Joint Statement" re-spectively in February and October 2007. 
China maintains that the Iranian nuclear issue should be resolved peace-fully by political and diplomatic means. China has participated in the meetings of foreign ministers or political directors of the ministries of foreign affairs,and hosted a meeting of political directors of the ministries of foreign affairs of those six countries in Shanghai in April 2008. China has also actively taken part in the deliberation on the Iranian nuclear issue at the International Atomic En-ergy Agency (IAEA) and the UN Security Council, playing a constructive role. 
China attaches great importance to non-proliferation export control, and has established a comprehensive legal system for export control of nuclear,biological, chemical and missile and related dual-use items and technologies.China has also constantly updated these laws and regulations in light of its international obligations and the need for export control. China amended the Regulations of the PRC on the Control of Nuclear Exports in November 2006,the Regulations of the PRC on the Control of Dual-Use Nuclear Items and Re-lated Technologies Exports in January 2007 and its Control List in July of the same year. China has spared no effort in strengthening law enforcement in the field of non-proliferation export control.
White Papers of the Chinese Government (2009-2011)