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Mao, Tibet, and the Korean War
In October 1950 the Chinese leader Mao Zedong embarked on a two-front war. He sent troops to Korea and invaded Tibet at a time when the People's Republic of China was burdened with many domesticExpand
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Battling Western imperialism : Mao, Stalin, and the United States
AcknowledgmentsIntroduction3Ch. IThe Roots of Mao's Pro-Soviet Policy before 193715Ch. IICCP-Moscow Relations during the Anti-Japanese War, 1937-194531Ch. IIIFrom Enemies to Friends: CCP PolicyExpand
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Mao's Generals Remember Korea
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Perspectives on Sergey Radchenko's Two Suns in the Heavens
In this forum, three leading experts on Sino-Soviet relations and Mao Zedong's policy toward the Soviet Union offer their appraisals of Sergey Radchenko's Two Suns in the Heavens, The Sino-SovietExpand
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Marxism? Nationalism? or Patriotism?
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Mao's Role in the Korean Conflict: A Revision
Abstract:In October 1950, the People's Republic of China (PRC) was only one year old, and the Beijing regime faced daunting tasks of regime consolidation and economic reconstruction. Thus, the CIAExpand
The United States, the Chinese Communist Party, and the Soviet Union, 1948-1950: A Reappraisal
The United States government's perception of the relations between the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Soviet Union greatly influenced Washington's policies toward China in the years followingExpand
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