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Modern China’s Foreign Policy

Author:

Werner Levi

Modern China’s Foreign Policy
Modern China’s Foreign Policy

Werner Levi was a professor of political science at the University of Minnesota and the author of several other books, including Free India in Asia, Fundamentals of World Organization, and American-Australian Relations.

Modern China’s Foreign Policy

Table of Contents

l THE INADEQUACY OF OLD PRACTICES
2 DEVELOPING A FOREIGN POLICY
3 FOREIGN IMPACT AND REFORM
4 TERRITORIAL INTEGRITY OR THE OPEN DOOR?
5 REBELLION AGAINST THE WEST
6 THREATENED LOSS OF MANCHURIA
7 NURTURING NATIONALISM
8 ALIGNMENT WITH GERMANY AND AMERICA
9 STRENGTHENING THE EMPIRE
10 REVOLUTION AND FOREIGN MONEY
11 "THEORETICAL" ALLY IN WORLD WAR I
12 THE WASHINGTON CONFERENCE, 1921
13 TURNING FROM THE WEST TO RUSSIA
14 DIPLOMATIC SUCCESSES
15 "INCIDENT" WITH JAPAN AND RECONSTRUCTION
16 RENEWED AGGRESSION AND INTERNAL DISCORD
17 THE ALLIANCE IN WORLD WAR II
18 THE AFTERMATH OF YALTA
19 THE LOSS OF MANCHURIA AND SINKIANG
20 THE COLLAPSE OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
21 THE THEORY OF COMMUNIST FOREIGN POLICY
22 THE HATE-AMERICA CAMPAIGN
23 THE ALLIANCE WITH THE SOVIET UNION
24 THE BID FOR ASIAN LEADERSHIP
25 REALIZING AMBITIONS IN ASIA

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