The first volume of Historical Studies of Contemporary China offers an examination of some key events, developments, issues, and figures in China since the founding of the Peopleas Republic. Drawing on rich primary and secondary sources, leading experts in the political, economic, intellectual, military and national defense, and diplomatic history of the PRC present insights and analysis on a wide range of topics, including emergency measures during the Difficult Three Year Period, the relationship between Neo-Confucianism and Marxism, the evolution of Chinaas international arms control policies, the Chinese governmentas public opinion campaign prior to reestablishing diplomatic relations with Japan, the aKashmir Princessa incident, and others. These accounts will help readers form a more nuanced understanding of Chinaas efforts to deal with an array of new problems while trying to recover from the ravages of two wars.The Current State of Historical Research in the Peoplea#39;s Republic of China Zhang Xingxing Abstract Since the early ... Authora#39;s Note: When I presented this essay at the aCurrent State and Future of the Study of Chinese Historya academic anbsp;...
|Title||:||Selected Essays on the History of Contemporary China|
|Publisher||:||BRILL - 2015-02-26|