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Introduction to “The United States and China: New Evidence and Interpretations”

Introduction to “The United States and China: New Evidence and Interpretations” Part II The United States and China: New Evidence and Interpretations Edited by Yafeng Xia The Journal of American–East Asian Relations, Vol. 15 (2008) © Copyright 2008 by Imprint Publications. All rights reserved. 105 Introduction to "The United States and China: New Evidence and Interpretations” Yafeng Xia Long Island University In the last twenty years, the study of Sino-American relations during the Cold War has made major strides with the declassification of Chinese, American, and Japanese archives. However, uneven development is sa- lient in this field. The first three articles that follow were originally pre- sented at the fortieth annual meeting of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations in Chantilly, Virginia, in the summer of 2007. Based on newly available multi-archival sources, part II of this volume examines several neglected aspects of the relationship, including China’s elite politics and its impact on U.S.-China relations from 1972 to 1976, Japan’s reactions to U.S.-China rapprochement, China’s Japan policy and its impact on the U.S.-China normalization, and U.S. response to Chinese Nationalist Mainland recovery efforts from 1961 to 1963. Drawing on substantial amount of recently available Chinese sources, Yafeng Xia examines Chinese elite politics, Mao Zedong’s mentality, and their http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of American-East Asian Relations Brill

Introduction to “The United States and China: New Evidence and Interpretations”

Journal of American-East Asian Relations , Volume 15 (1-2): 103 – Jan 1, 2008

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© 2008 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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1058-3947
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Part II The United States and China: New Evidence and Interpretations Edited by Yafeng Xia The Journal of American–East Asian Relations, Vol. 15 (2008) © Copyright 2008 by Imprint Publications. All rights reserved. 105 Introduction to "The United States and China: New Evidence and Interpretations” Yafeng Xia Long Island University In the last twenty years, the study of Sino-American relations during the Cold War has made major strides with the declassification of Chinese, American, and Japanese archives. However, uneven development is sa- lient in this field. The first three articles that follow were originally pre- sented at the fortieth annual meeting of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations in Chantilly, Virginia, in the summer of 2007. Based on newly available multi-archival sources, part II of this volume examines several neglected aspects of the relationship, including China’s elite politics and its impact on U.S.-China relations from 1972 to 1976, Japan’s reactions to U.S.-China rapprochement, China’s Japan policy and its impact on the U.S.-China normalization, and U.S. response to Chinese Nationalist Mainland recovery efforts from 1961 to 1963. Drawing on substantial amount of recently available Chinese sources, Yafeng Xia examines Chinese elite politics, Mao Zedong’s mentality, and their

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Published: Jan 1, 2008

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