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Tribal diplomacy and frontier territoriality in modern China: Hunza and Nationalist China, 1947–1948
In the immediate post-World War II period, the Chinese Nationalist regime was eager to consolidate its position and formulate a proactive policy toward China's traditional Central Asian peripheries.Expand
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Beyond the carrot and stick: the political economy of US military aid to China, 1945–1951
By applying the rent-seeking assumption and sifting through both the archival materials and published historical documents, this article revisits the US–China relationship during the Chinese CivilExpand
War or Stratagem? Reassessing China's Military Advance towards Tibet, 1942–1943
This article re-evaluates an important yet usually ignored episode in modern Chinese ethnopolitical history. It seeks to argue that, in the midst of the Second World War, Chiang Kai-shek manoeuvredExpand
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Book Reviews
According to Cheung, common challenges such as currency depreciation, share market volatility and export competition brought by the financial crisis helped to accelerate economic integration betweenExpand
AMERICA’S CHINA POLICY REVISITED: REGIONALISM, REGIONAL LEADERS, AND REGIONALIZED AID (1947–49)
Abstract This article analyzes America’s China policy during the Chinese civil war and traces the historical circumstances leading to the formulation of the decision to replace Chiang Kai-shek as theExpand