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Negotiating with the Chinese Communists

Kenneth Todd Young

Negotiating with the Chinese Communists

the United States experience, 1953-1967

by Kenneth Todd Young

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Published by Published for the Council on Foreign Relations by McGraw-Hill in New York, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Kenneth T. Young.
SeriesThe United States and China in world affairs
ContributionsCouncil on Foreign Relations.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii,456p. ;
Number of Pages456
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14891216M
ISBN 100070723303

Negotiating China's Destiny explains how China developed from a country that hardly mattered internationally into the important world power it is today. Before World War II, China had suffered through five wars with European powers as well as American imperial policies resulting in economic, military, and political domination. This shifted dramatically during WWII, when alliances needed to be. Negotiating with the Chinese Communists: the United States experience, / Kenneth T. Young China, Japan and the powers: a history of the modern Far East / .

This is the fourth of five edited volumes sponsored by Harvard University. Thirteen essays examine Nationalist China’s wartime diplomacy with France, Britain, Tibet, Canada, India, Russia, and the United States, the Communist International (Comintern), the Nationalist declaration of war, the postwar recovery of the Northeast, plus negotiations ending the war with Japan, relations with. When the early Chinese Communists were looking for a model in the s, they studied Lenin. they are negotiating with a Leninist state that is under centralized control, has a ruthless.

"The Chinese are keen on this: We need to build out our freight infrastructure," said Ed Monser, a member of the Aerotropolis negotiating team and a high-ranking executive of Ferguson-based. Institute book on North Korean negotiating behavior available. WASHINGTON--Journalists and others seeking to understand the strange machinations of Kim Jong Il and the North Korean regime would do well to read Negotiating on the Edge: North Korean Negotiating Behavior by Scott Snyder, published in by the U.S. Institute of Peace Press.. Scott Snyder, a former program officer with the.


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