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Harvard East Asian Monographs 254

Normalization of U.S.-China Relations

An International History

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ISBN 9780674019041

Publication Date: 02/28/2006


6 x 9 inches

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  • Preface [Gong Li]
  • Contributors
  • Introduction [William C. Kirby, Robert S. Ross, and Gong Li]
  • 1. In Pursuit of a Modus Vivendi: The Taiwan Issue and Sino–American Rapprochement, 1969–1972 [Robert Accinelli]
  • 2. China’s Domestic Politics and the Normalization of Sino–U.S. Relations [Li Jie]
  • 3. Prizes Won, Opportunities Lost: The U.S. Normalization of Relations with China, 1972–1979 [Rosemary Foot]
  • 4. The Difficult Path to Diplomatic Relations: China’s U.S. Policy, 1972–1978 [Gong Li]
  • 5. The Soviet Factor in Sino-American Normalization, 1969–1979 [Wang Zongchun]
  • 6. Vietnam and Chinese Policy Toward the United States [Li Danhui]
  • 7. Taiwan’s Policy Toward the United States, 1969–1978 [Jaw-ling Joanne Chang]
  • 8. Soviet Policy Toward the United States and China, 1969–1979 [Vitaly Kozyrev]
  • Notes
  • Index

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