Britain’s Encounter with Revolutionary China, 1949–54

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Springer, 2016年7月27日 - 264 頁
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This book examines Britain's recognition of the newly established Peoples' Republic of China in 1950 and the developments leading to the establishment of formal Anglo-Chinese diplomatic relations in 1954. The importance of the USA in Anglo-Chinese relations is also highlighted by this study. Based on archival materials and interviews, this is an attempt to apply a decision-making framework to study the formulation and implementation of Britain's China policy and to explore revolutionary China's conduct in international relations.
 

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INTRODUCTION
2
The Decision of Recognition
31
From Negotiation to Confrontation
71
From Confrontation to the Establishment
97
Chinese Representation in the United Nations
129
British Commercial Interests in China
148
British Colonial Interests in Southeast Asia
170
CONCLUSION
192
Bibliography
236
Index
252
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