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Ending the Chinese Civil War

Power, Commerce and Conciliation Between Beijing and Taipei

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Ending the Chinese Civil War by Jun Zhan
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The ferocious antagonism between communist China on the mainland and nationalist China on Taiwan has been one of th peincipal shaping factors in the postwar world. Given the seemingly irreconcilable hatreds involved, the burgeoning contact between the two sides is a truly astonishing development. By concentrating on "low politics" rather than "high politics", this book explains how this transformation has come about, and provides a history of the relationship between Beijing and Taipei. How this stabilization has occurred in the most unpromising of circumstances is important both for the future of Asia and as a model for conflict resolution in other parts of the world.
Release date NZ
June 22nd, 1993
Author
Contributor
Preface by Walter C. Clemens Jr
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
maps, figures and tables, notes, bibliography, index
Imprint
St Martin's Press
Pages
288
Dimensions
138x216x25
ISBN-13
9780312089887
Product ID
2249186

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