Survey of China Mainland Press

Survey of China Mainland Press

Author: United States. Consulate General (Hong Kong, China)

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ISBN: UOM:39015033192363

Category: China

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Survey of China Mainland Press

Survey of China Mainland Press

Author: United States. Consulate General (Hong Kong, China)

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ISBN: UOM:39015033196091

Category: China

Page: 1184

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Survey of China Mainland Press

Survey of China Mainland Press

Hong Kong May 8 , 1961 - - - 1 - SURVEY OF CHINA MAINLAND PRESS H. L. JUN 23 1961 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page NATIONAL NEWS English Translation of Volume IV of selected Works of Mao Tse - tune Off Press , ...... .... 1 How Did We Study ...

Author: United States. Consulate General (Hong Kong, China)

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105118548481

Category: China

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Survey of China Mainland Press

Survey of China Mainland Press

China Mainland Press Supplement American Consulate General Hong Kong No . 269 . April 9 , 1970 Copy No . TABLE 0 - 7 CONTENTS CULTURE AND ART Don ' t Be So Bookish . . . Smash the " Merry - Making Hall , " Bourgeois Vaderground Club .

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ISBN: UOM:39015033173116

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Modern China s Foreign Policy

Modern China s Foreign Policy

14 DS, United States Relations with China, pp. ... 7, 8, 1948; January 29, February 1, 2, 14, 28, March 22, 30, April 6, 20, May 12, September 29, 30, 1949; American Consulate General, Hong Kong, Survey of China Mainland Press, No.

Author: Werner Levi

Publisher: U of Minnesota Press

ISBN: 9780816658176

Category: Political Science

Page: 414

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Modern China's Foreign Policy was first published in 1953. Minnesota Archive Editions uses digital technology to make long-unavailable books once again accessible, and are published unaltered from the original University of Minnesota Press editions. What are China's objectives in world affairs and what course will she pursue to achieve her goals? These are the questions of vital concern to the Western democracies, questions that can be approached intelligently only from a knowledge of how China's foreign policy has developed. In this illuminating and carefully documented book, Professor Levi analyzes china's attitudes and actions toward the rest of the world and clarifies many motivations behind her behavior, past and present. He traces the development of her foreign relations from the beginning of the modern era of Chinese contacts with Westerners, a little more than hundred years ago. The emphasis, however, is on the twentieth century, and particularly on the years since the peace settlements of World War I. The complex balance of relationships between China and the United States, on the one hand, and China and the Soviet Union, on the other, since the end of World War II is discussed in detail. Communist doctrine, notwithstanding its apparent rigidity, is shown to be a conveniently adjustable tool, capable of adaptation to the needs and strategies of present-day China. An integral part of the account is the attempt to single out and interpret the internal forces -- cultural, social, and economic -- that have influenced and shaped China's external policies. Thus, it is shown that the determinants of China's foreign policy have often been pressures and complexities within the country and that and understanding of the Chinese people and their traditions is essential to nations in their dealings with China.
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