2 edition of Chinese foreign policy factionalism and the origins of the strategic triangle found in the catalog.
Chinese foreign policy factionalism and the origins of the strategic triangle
Thomas M. Gottlieb
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Thomas M. Gottlieb.|
|Series||[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-1902-NA|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Defense. Director of Net Assessment.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-1902, DS740.5.R8 .R3 R-1902|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 145 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||79320839|
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Chinese Foreign Policy Factionalism and the Origins of the Strategic Triangle Author: Thomas M. Gottlieb Subject: Provides a new interpretation of the very important yet poorly understood origins of the Sino-Soviet-American triangular relationship by tracing through the evolution of China's policy for coping with the Soviet Union as an adversary.
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Chinese foreign policy factionalism and the origins of the strategic triangle. [Thomas M Gottlieb; Rand Corporation.]. Chinese foreign policy factionalism and the origins of the strategic triangle: a report prepared for Director of Net Assessment, Office of the Secretary of Defense Author: Thomas M Gottlieb ; United States.
Chinese Foreign Policy Factionalism and the Origins of the Strategic Triangle | RAND Provides a new interpretation of the very important yet poorly understood origins of the Sino-Soviet-American triangular relationship by tracing through the evolution of China's policy for coping with the Soviet Union as an adversary.
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Before the Cultural Revolution (CR) unfolded infactionalism was barely noticed in the study of Chinese politics because the ﬁeld was predominated by unity analyses. Gottlieb, Thomas, Chinese Foreign Policy Factionalism and the Origins of the Strategic Triangle, RNA (Santa Monica, Calif.: The Rand Corp., 11 ).Cited by: 5.
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takes a deeper look into the bilateral relationships in this strategic triangle to reveal how the dynamics of political interactions has evolved through particular phases of highs and lows in the history of relations between the three nations.
Key Words: India, China, United States, bilateral relations, strategic triangle.History has bequeathed to China’s rulers three major tasks in the area of foreign relations. Task Number One: Economic Development In the nineteenth century China was invaded by the Western powers, forced to grant extraterritorial privileges, sign unequal treaties, pay reparations, and turn to the outside world for famine relief, development.CHINA'S FOREIGN POLICY 4SI ignorant of the Chinese tradition, and no one article, book, spe cialist or school of thought can adequately up-date us; yet the effort must be made.
Great traditions have to be seen first in their context of world history. China has been the great hold-over, the one ancient em.