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Wellington Koo's Dream of National Identity: Transitioning to a Modern China (1946-1956)
V.K. Wellington Koo (顧維鈞) was a uniquely accomplished diplomat whose career in foreign relations spanned seven decades. His career began as English Secretary under Yuan Shikai during the early partExpand
Migration in the Time of Revolution: China, Indonesia, and the Cold War Taomo Zhou Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2019 xiii + 318 pp. $43.95 ISBN 978-1-50173993-4
desire (including, as it turned out, Benito Mussolini’s autobiography). Things changed swiftly after the establishment of the People’s Republic of China, the topic of chapter seven. During the 1950s,Expand
Turmoil in the Taiwan Strait: Wellington Koo and ROC Foreign Policy 1953–1956
Turmoil in the Taiwan Strait addresses Ambassador Wellington Koo's role in Chinese foreign policy from 1953 to 1956 and his relevance in the larger Cold War context. In particular, it focuses onExpand
“Cartographic Aggression”: Media Politics, Propaganda, and the Sino-Indian Border Dispute
The middle of the twentieth century witnessed a serious border dispute between China and India. This article explores how these countries used multiple media (e.g., historical documents and film) toExpand