The world’s three largest economies - the U.S., China and Japan - have become strategically interdependent to an unprecedented degree. Each of these powers is increasingly sensitive to changes in the capabilities and policies of the others. To understand the global significance of contemporary developments in the Asia/Pacific region requires multilingual, inter-disciplinary knowledge and experience.
In December of 1997, a small group of Chinese researchers, scientists, economists and engineers with study or work experience in Japan, residing mainly in Silicon Valley, founded the US-Japan-China Comparative Policy Research Institute (CPRI), an independent think tank focusing on comparative social, economical, political, and industrial policy issues. CPRI is the only think tank in the world to independently, specifically and comprehensively review and analyze the dynamic tri-fold interactions unfolding between the U.S., Japan and China. CPRI has established international networks, exchanges and cooperation with related institutes and individuals in the U.S., Japan, the greater China (including Hong Kong and Taiwan), and other regions. Japan's National Institute for Research Advancement listed CPRI in its "World Directory of Think Tanks" 2005 Edition.
CPRI issues Comparative Policy Review, an annual collection of CPRI’s published writings, in print until 2008. Since 2008 CPRI has published about twenty books. Among CPRI’s tasks is the introduction of less noticed, yet vital issues in one language to readers of the other languages in this trio of nations.
CPRI also provides public lectures and articles, and media interviews through international and local San Francisco Bay Area channels. CPRI participates in educational institutes (such as H-Net), magazines and international research institutes, such as Sino-Japanese Studies, Spain's Contemporary History Association, and Japan's Research Commission on the Constitution. CPRI also provides advanced inter-disciplinary strategic consulting service in the fields of international trade, comparative industry policy, Asia Pacific cooperation, humanitarian tasks, and democracy & human/civil rights. CPRI welcomes cooperation with other individuals or institutes with similar missions.
CPRI was incorporated in California as a non-profit educational public benefit corporation in January 2002 and was granted tax-exempt status in March 2002 by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of the U.S. Treasury Department, as an organization described in Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).

Preface and Index (in Chinese)
Issue I, 1996-97: (University of Wisconsin-Madison) Issue II, 1998 Issue III, 1999 Issue IV, 2000 Issue V, 2001 Issue VI, 2002 Issue VII, 2003 Issue VIII, 2004 Issue IX, 2005: (CPRI, San Jose, California) Issue X, 2006: (CPRI, San Jose & San Ramon, California) Issue XI, 2007: (CPRI, San Ramon, California) Issue XII, 2008: (CPRI, Dublin, California) Issue XIII, 2009: (CPRI, San Ramon, California)
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Issue XIV, 2010: Issue XV, 2011: Issue XVI, 2012: (CPRI, San Ramon, California)
Blog in Chinese since October 2012: (Canada)
Issue XVII, 2013: (CPRI, San Ramon & Pittsburg, California)
Issue XVIII, 2014: (CPRI, Bay Point, California)

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Anarchism: From Practice to Theory The first book from a Chinese perspective to review Anarchism. Free Download (e-book)
Socialism by Weber (Chinese translation) Free Download (e-book)
Social Democracy as China's Transformation Reference The first book from a Chinese perspective to review Social Democracy's theory and practice
State Forms and Social Order The first book of social philosophy in Chinese
Chinese Social Reviews (in Chinese) Free Download (e-book)
US-Japan-China Research & Review The collection between 1990 to 2008 in Japanese
China and Japan: Research and Review The collection between 1996 to 2008 in English
US-Japan-China Comparative Review The collection between 1998 to 2009 in English
International Political Economy and Corporate Social Responsibility in Chinese & English Free Download (e-book)
US-Japan Alliance and its Interactions with China (hard print in Chinese) Free Download (e-book)
Anarchists Vanzetti and Sacco (hard copy) trans. in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist (hard copy) by Berkman, trans. in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
Japanese Politics Review (hard copy) in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
The Anarchist Lesson from the Spanish Civil War (hard copy) in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
Memoirs of a Revolutionary, by Kropotkin (hard copy) trans. in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
The Conquest of Bread, by Kropotkin (hard copy) trans. in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
Ethics, by Kropotkin (hard copy) trans. in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
Chinese Anarchist Activities (hard copy) trans. in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
The Unknown Russian Revolution (hard copy) in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
The German Ideas on Anarchist Social Order, by Jing Zhao (hard copy) in Chinese. Free Download (e-book)
The Chicago Haymarket Anarchists (in Chinese)Free Download (e-book)

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