Containing the Cold War in East Asia: British Policies Towards Japan, China and Korea, 1948-53

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Manchester University Press, 1997 - Всего страниц: 288
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Examines the transitional years during which Britain's vital role in the formulation of Western policies declined markedly, and that simultaneously marked the take-off period of the Cold War. Covers the communist victory in China, the conclusion of the allied occupation of Japan with the restoration of sovereignty to the Japanese state, and the Korean War. Addresses Anglo-American relations and the strains caused by the differing attitudes of the two countries towards East Asia, suggesting that while Great Britain did not determine Western policies in East Asia, it did exert moderating influence on the US on significant occasions. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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INTRODUCTION
1
Britain MacArthur and the occupation 1948 to June 1950
11
The road to a Japanese peace treaty June 1950 to May 1951
28
the climax to AngloAmerican negotiations
48
The San Francisco conference and the end of the occupation
66
The fall of the Kuomintang
85
Recognition of the communist government and the fate
99
Economic sanctions and trade
123
Taiwan aircraft and future prospects
147
Britain and the emergence of two Koreas 1945 to June 1950
167
Britain and rollback in Korea June to November 1950
190
The repercussions of Chinese intervention and the dismissal
214
Negotiations to end the Korean war 1951 to 1953
239
CONCLUSION
265
Index
279
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