China and the Three Worlds: A Foreign Policy Reader
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China and the Three Worlds: A Foreign Policy Reader

A Foreign Policy Reader
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ISBN-13:
9781351714594
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
383
Autor:
King C. Chen
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This title was first published in 1979. The "e;reopening"e; of China in 1971 by President Richard Nixon has already been regarded as a turning point of China's foreign policy and international politics. It has facilitated the reestablishment of Peking's diplomatic relations after the Cultural Revolution, broadened the dimension of China' s international political, economic, and cultural activities, and promoted China's campaign against hegemonism of the superpowers. Its impact on China' s relationships with the outside world, particularly the United States and Third World countries, is immeasurable. This volume explores the the "e;three-world"e; theory is China's (Mao Tse-tung's) new concept of world politics after the Sino-American rapprochement. This concept, originally developed from the Soviet "e;twocamp"e; theory of 1947, has an immediate connection with Peking's "e;intermediate zone"e; theory of 1964.
This title was first published in 1979. The "e;reopening"e; of China in 1971 by President Richard Nixon has already been regarded as a turning point of China's foreign policy and international politics. It has facilitated the reestablishment of Peking's diplomatic relations after the Cultural Revolution, broadened the dimension of China' s international political, economic, and cultural activities, and promoted China's campaign against hegemonism of the superpowers. Its impact on China' s relationships with the outside world, particularly the United States and Third World countries, is immeasurable. This volume explores the the "e;three-world"e; theory is China's (Mao Tse-tung's) new concept of world politics after the Sino-American rapprochement. This concept, originally developed from the Soviet "e;twocamp"e; theory of 1947, has an immediate connection with Peking's "e;intermediate zone"e; theory of 1964.

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