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MacFarquhar, Roderick 1958. “Communist China's intra-party dispute,Pacific Affairs 31(4), 323335.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1959. “Communist China's first decade: the minorities,New Leader 42(23), 8 June, 1721.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1959. “The leadership in China: succession to Mao Tse-tung,The World Today 15(8), 310323.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1959. “China shortens the ‘Great Leap’: mass agitation fails as substitute for sound planning,New Leader 42(36), 5 October, 78.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1960. “China & Russia: the first decade,Commentary 29(5), 399404.
MacFarquhar, Roderick with Luard, Evan and Bryan, Derek. 1961. “Thinking about China: the political impact of communism,” The Listener (London) 65(1661), 26 January, 179.
MacFarquhar, Roderick and Harris, Richard. 1961. “Thinking about China,” The Listener (London) 65(1673) 30 April, 686.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1961. “Challenge of our time - III: China: coming rival for power?” The Listener (London), 66(1688), 5 August, 156.
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MacFarquhar, Roderick 1965. “India's language problem,” New Statesman 69, 26 March, 478.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1965. “China goes it alone,Atlantic 21(4), 69.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1965. “China and the cease-fire,” New Statesman 70, 24 September, 423–424.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1965. “Stags at bay,” The Guardian, 1 November, 8.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Who follows Shastri?” New Statesman 71, 14 January, 36.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Mrs. Gandhi takes over,” New Statesman 71, 21 January, 73.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Vietnam crisis,” New Statesman 71, 8 April, 490.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “The chaos in Vietnam,” New Statesman 71, 15 April, 523.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Peking whodunit,” New Statesman 71, 27 May, 760–761.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Peking plot thickens,” New Statesman 71, 3 June, 803.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “China's purge continues,” New Statesman 72, 8 July, 44.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Peking strip-tease,” New Statesman 72, 15 July, 78.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Mao swims again,” New Statesman 72, 29 July, 158.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Mao's grand design,” New Statesman 72, 2 August, 221–222.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Mao calls in the army,” New Statesman 72, 26 August, 280.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “Red Guard's role,” New Statesman 72, 2 September, 308.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “India's rising violence,” New Statesman 72, 14 October, 541.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1966. “LBJ's Asian campaign,” New Statesman 72, 28 October, 611.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “Peking's battle of the wives,” New Statesman 73, 6 January, 6.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “Asia's struggle for stability. 1. China: The balances of forces,” New Statesman 73, 13 January, 31–32.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “Indonesia's ‘new order,’” New Statesman 73, 31 March, 426–427.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “Moscow's dilemma,” New Statesman 73, 9 June, 785–786.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “After the Saigon poll,” New Statesman 74, 8 July, 276.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “China gets rough,” New Statesman 74, 14 July, 40–41.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “China: the Wuhan incident,” New Statesman 74, 4 August, 139.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “Mao and the warlords,” New Statesman 74, 11 August, 163–164.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “The threat to Mao,” New Statesman 74, 25 August, 219.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “After the Saigon poll,” New Statesman 74, 8 September, 276–277.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1967. “Crisis in Calcutta,” New Statesman 74, 1 December, 759–760.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1968. “China's New Year,” New Statesman 75, 5 January, 4.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1968. “Korea's mini-Mao,” New Statesman 75, 2 February, 132.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1968. “China picks up the pieces,” New Statesman 75, 3 May, 573–574.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1968. “End of the Red Guards?” New Statesman 76, 23 August, 221–222.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1968. “Cultural Revolution at last,” New Statesman 76, 6 September, 281–282.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1968. “Mao's second take-over,” New Statesman 76, 18 October, 487–488.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1968. “Towards peace in Vietnam,” New Statesman 76, 8 November, 616–617.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1969. “Mao's final blueprint,” New Statesman 77, 24 January, 104–105.
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MacFarquhar, Roderick 1969. “Sino-Soviet brinkmanship,” New Statesman 78, 19 September, 360–361.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1969. “Communist China's twenty years: a periodization,” The China Quarterly 39, 55–63.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1969. “Twenty years of Mao's China,” New Statesman 78, 3 October, 450, 452.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1969. “Brinkmanship,” Survival 11(11), 353.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1971. “On photographs,The China Quarterly 46, 289307.
MacFarquhar, Roderick with Whiting, Allen S., Hudson, G.F., Scalapino, Robert A., Barnett, Robert W. et al. 1971. “China's new diplomacy: a symposium (i), commentaries,Problems of Communism 20(6), p. 1.
MacFarquhar, Roderick and Millinship, William. 1971. “Something has happened in China,” The Observer, 14 November, 11.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1972. “Nixon's China pilgrimage,The World Today 28(4), 153162.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1972. “Notes of the month,The World Today 28(12), 509519.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1973. “A visit to the Chinese press,” The China Quarterly 53, 144–152.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1973. “Labour and South Asia,” Fabian Tract (London), 1 March, 32.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1973. “Problems of liberalization and the succession at the Eighth Party Congress.The China Quarterly 53, 617646
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1973. “Thoughts of a Mao for all seasons,” Times, 5 September, 18.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1973. “China after the 10th Congress,The World Today 29(12), 514526.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1976. “China: The Long March goes on,” Sunday Times, 18 April, 16.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1976. “The man who tamed China,” Sunday Times, 12 September, 14.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1977. “How Japan can aid its image,” The Guardian, 23 April, 10.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1977. “Political aspects of the relationship between Japan and the EEC,Contemporary Review 230 (June), 281288.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1980. “The Post Confucian challenge,” The Economist, 9 February, 67–72.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1981. “The China scholars,The Wilson Quarterly 5(1), 189.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1983. “Hongkong: a deal to suit both sides,” Times, 10 June, 14.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1984. “A Sino-Soviet détente in the 1980s?Asea yŏn'gu Journal of Asiatic Studies 27(1), 319332.
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MacFarquhar, Roderick 1985. “The Hong-Kong Agreement: a preliminary appraisal,Stone Lion Review 13, 814.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1985. “The end of the Long March,New York Review of Books 32(20), 4243.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1987. “Deng Xiaoping's reform program in the perspective of history,Academy of Arts and Sciences 40(6), 2038.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1988. “Passing the baton in Beijing,New York Review of Books 35(2), 18 February, 2122.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1989. “Beijing creates a non-win situation,” New York Times, 23 May, A29.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1989. “End of the Chinese Revolution,New York Review of Books 36(12), 20 July, 810.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1989. “After Tiananmen Square,Humanities 10(6), 1 November, 1718.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1989. “Regionalize, and centralize, Europe,” New York Times 20 December, A27.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1990. “King Canute's message to Gorbachev,” New York Times 24 April, A23.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1991. “The danger of neutralism,New Leader 44(4), 23 January, 78.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1991. “Anatomy of collapse,New York Review of Books 38(15), 26 September, 59.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1991. “John King Fairbank: a memoir,” The China Quarterly 127, 613615.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1991. “John King Fairbank (1907–1991),New York Review of Books 38(17), 24 October.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1992. “Prospects: half gloomy or half bright,Problems of Communism 41(1/2), 168169.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1992. “Deng's last campaign,New York Review of Books 39(21), 17 December, 22.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1995. “The founding of The China Quarterly,The China Quarterly 143, 692696.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1997. “Taiwan and Hong Kong challenge,Harvard Asia Pacific Review 1(1), 8788.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1997. “Demolition man,New York Review of Books 44(5), 27 March, 1417.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1997. “India: the imprint of empire,New York Review of Books 44(16), 23 October, 26.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 1998. “Provincial People's Congresses,The China Quarterly 155, 656667
MacFarquhar, Roderick with Paul A. Cohen and Merle Goldman. 2000. “Memorial to Benjamin I. Schwartz, 1916–1999,The China Quarterly 161, 299301.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2001. “China in transition,” Geneva: Institut universitaire de hautes études internationales.
MacFarquhar, Roderick with Cohen, Jerome, Spence, Jonathan and Weiming, Tu. 2002. “Whither China: strategic competitor, global trader, or anti-terrorist partner?Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 55(3), 6990.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2003. “Unhealthy politics,Newsweek 141(19), 12 May, 2627.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2006. “It wasn't the CIA,London Review of Books 28(2), 26 January, 4.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2006. “Rotting from the inside out,Foreign Policy 154, May–June, 7172.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2006. “The China Quarterly and the History of the PRC,The China Quarterly 188, 10921097.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2007. “Mission to Mao,New York Review of Books 54(11), 28 June, 6771.
MacFarquhar, Roderick and Schoenhals, Michael. 2008. “Response to the commentaries,” Journal of Cold War Studies 10(2), 126130.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2009. “The pride of empire,New York Review of Books 56(14), 24 September, 7278.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2009. “The last red bastion,India International Centre Quarterly 36(3/4). 224233.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2009. “On ‘liberation,’The China Quarterly 200, 891894.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2011. “The worst man-made catastrophe, ever,New York Review of Books 58(2), 10 February, 2628.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2011. “Reply: Letter: reflections of the death of Christopher Hitchens,” The Guardian, 19 December, 27.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2012. “In China, fear at the top,” New York Times, 21 May, A23.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2012. “Fragile solidity: China's strength and weaknesses in the focus of relations with Russia and America,” Russia in Global Affairs, 23 June.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2012. “Who was Mao Zedong?New York Review of Books 59(16), 25 October, 4851.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2012. “China's princeling leader is hemmed in by history,” Financial Times, 13 November, 9.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2012. “In memoriam: Stuart Reynolds Schram, 1924–2012,” The China Quarterly 212, 1099–1122.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2013. “Tackling graft must come before the Chinese dream,” Financial Times, 12 April, 7.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2013. “The ‘breaking of an honorable career,’” New York Review of Books 40(7), 25 April, 4244.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2013. “Letter: Babe Ruth trivia,” The Guardian, 27 April, 41.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2014. “Paddling to Peking,New York Review of Books 61(4), 20 March, 4042.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2015. “Background and research context of the databases of Chinese political campaigns in the 1950s: from land reform to the state–private partnership, 1949–1956,Journal of East Asian Libraries 160 (February), 6569.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2015. “China: the superpower of Mr. Xi,New York Review of Books 62(13), 3234.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2016. “Leaders: president of China, Xi Jinping: heir of Mao,” Time Magazine 187(16/17), 2 May, 100–102.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2016. “The trauma from the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution: can the iron triangle be saved?Modern China Studies 23(2), 1118.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2016. “Preface: The once and future tragedy of the Cultural Revolution,The China Quarterly 227, 599603.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2017. “Ousting North Korea's dictator,” New York Times, 7 April, A31.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2017. “China's astounding religious revival,New York Review of Books 64(100), 8 June, 3639.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2017. “How Mao molded communism to create a new China,” New York Times, 23 October.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2018. “The red emperor,New York Review of Books 65(1), 18 January, 2933.
MacFarquhar, Roderick 2018. “Mission impossible,New York Review of Books 65(14), 27 September, 6062.

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