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The Cold War and the Origins of Foreign Relations of the People's Republic of China

The Cold War and the Origins of Foreign Relations of the People's Republic of China

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Publisher Brill
Year 23/08/2018
Pages 358
Version hardback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9789004369061
Categories History, Central government, Diplomacy
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In The Cold War and the Origin of Diplomacy of People's Republic of China, Niu Jun offers a new analytical framework for understanding the Cold War and PRC's diplomacy from 1949 to 1955. He sees it as an interactive historical process between the Cold War, China's domestic transition from revolution to nation-building, and the revolutionary ideology in the minds of Chinese leaders and Chinese people. Niu Jun's analytical framework sheds fresh light on the widely studied events of PRC's diplomacy such as China's alliance with the Soviet Union and confrontation with the U.S., military actions on the Korean Peninsula and in Indochina, settlement of the first Taiwan Strait crisis, development of nuclear weapons, and so on.

The Cold War and the Origins of Foreign Relations of the People's Republic of China

Table of contents

Series Editors' Foreword
Preface
Translation and Acronyms
1 Alliance and Confrontation
Section 1: As the Iron Curtain Descends
Section 2: The Origin of Alliance
Section 3: The Road to Confrontation
2 World Liberation and National Security
Section 1: Revolution and National Defense
Section 2: The Assistance to Vietnam to Resist France
Section 3: From Yalu River to the 38th Line
3 Road to "Co- existence in the Cold War"
Section 1: Ceasefire in Korea
Section 2: Ceasefire in Indochina
Section 3: "Fight and Talk" at the Taiwan Strait
4 Making New Diplomacy
Section 1: "Get some Atomic Bombs"
Section 2: Rebuild "the Middle Zone"
Closing Remarks
Bibliography
Index

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