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Refuting Two Historical Myths: A New Interpretation of China-North Korean Relations
Two myths about Sino-North Korean relations, both supported, frequently reiterated, and almost never challenged in Chinese official media or academic publications, have spread far and wide in China.Expand
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After Leaning to One Side: China and Its Allies in the Cold War
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Effect of different oligosaccharides on immunity and production performance of piglets.
[Objective]To study the effects of different oligosaccharides on immunity and production performance of piglets.[Method]A total of 75 Yorkshire×Rongchang piglets were assigned into five groups,15 inExpand
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Effect of immunity-stimulants on immunity function of Eriocheir sinensis
The indices of non-specific immunity of freshwater crab,Eriocheir sinensis,injected or fed with laminarin(A), Aeromonas hydrophila bacterin (B) and chitosan (C) were measured. After the 48 h ofExpand
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Sino-Soviet Relations and the Origins of the Korean War: Stalin's Strategic Goals in the Far East
  • Shen Zhi-hua
  • Political Science
  • Journal of Cold War Studies
  • 1 May 2000
After initially insisting on the peaceful reunification of Korea, Josif Stalin suddenly decided in early 1950 to give North Korean leader Kim Il Sung permission to invade South Korea. Documents fromExpand
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The Japanese Peace Treaty and the Korean Truce Negotiations
The breakout of the Korean War ultimately caused the United States to resolve to exclude the People's Republic of China from the Japanese Peace Treaty. Washington hoped to hasten the signing of theExpand
Refuting Two Historical Myths
The Internal Controls under the Condition of Computerized Accounting System
With the electronic computer and network technology development and application,computerized accounting will be more widely used in internal control.this article,in accordance with the actualExpand