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Mao and China"s foreign policy perspectives

Dhruba Kumar.

Mao and China"s foreign policy perspectives

by Dhruba Kumar.

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Published by Centre for Nepal and Asian Studies, Tribhuvan University in Kirtipur .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • Mao, Zedong, 1893-1976.,
    • China -- Foreign relations -- 1976-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDhruba Kumar.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsJX1570 .D48 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 234 p. ;
      Number of Pages234
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2005864M
      LC Control Number90904119

      Among his publications are China's Road to the Korean War: The Making of the Sino-American Confrontation (), Chinese Communist Foreign Policy and the Cold War in Asia: New Documentary Evidence, (coeditor, ), and The China Challenge in the 21st Century: Implications of U.S. Foreign Policy (). He has several book projects underway, most notably Revolution and Power: . Haunted by Chaos is a deeply researched, finely written analysis of the formation and foreign policies of modern China. From Mao through Deng, Jiang, Hu and Xi we see common themes - an The intention of this book, Khan tells us in the footnotes, was to do for China, what John Lewis Gaddis' magisterial 'Strategies of Containment' did for the 4/5.

        Lin Biao, Mao’s longtime confidant and heir apparent, and Jiang Qing, Mao’s wife, tended to support a continuation of the independent policy China had pursued since Mao and Lin. 6 Liu Ning, The Dynamics of Foreign-Policy Decision making in China, Boulder, Westview Press, , p. 7 Chen Jian, Mao's China and the Cold War, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, , p. 8 Bui Tin From Enemy to Friend: A North Vietnamese Perspective on the War, Annapolis, Naval Institute Press, , pp.

        'The China Mirage' explores the delusions behind US foreign policy in East Asia James Bradley traces the history of America’s perception of Asia . As the era of Mao's rule is eclipsed by the great economic strides following Deng Xiaoping's reforms, it becomes harder to judge Mao's place in history. But his biographers are still inclined to make him a larger-than-life figure, even though it is no longer possible to ignore the horrors he inflicted on China. Short's massive study benefits from the intimate portrayal of the private Mao.


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Thornton China Center and Africa Growth Initiative ii Note: This paper was produced during the author’s visiting fellowship with the John L. Thornton. - China was then largely an agricultural nation, lagging behind the West but Mao had ambitions to overtake the industrial output of the capitalist world - in the Sino-Soviet agreement ofthe USSR agreed to provide China with economic assistance: this assistance included the provision of resources and advisers for the transformation of the economy - China had to pay high-interest loans.

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Mao then formed the Red Army and his followers elected him as the chairman of the Chinese Communist Party. After World War II ended, Mao’s army defeated Chiang’s army and Chiang retreated. Mao then declared the People’s Republic of China and accepted the election to chairman on Octo From there on, Mao ruled with an “iron.

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Inpublished "Little Red Book," with quotations from Chairman Mao Zedong. Appointed as Mao's successor, but died in a plane crash in (scholars unsure if it was an accident or planned). Lin and Mao had grown apart.

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