7 edition of Soviet policies in China, 1917-1924. found in the catalog.
Soviet policies in China, 1917-1924.
Allen Suess Whiting
|Series||Studies of the Russian Institute of Columbia University.|
|LC Classifications||DS740.5.R8 W5 1954|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 350 p.|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||54011349|
From the end of World War II down to the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the primary objective of U.S. foreign policy has been to prevent the expansion of communism. Indeed, that objective was directly embodied in the so-called strategy of containment, a global approach to the pursuit of U.S. national security interests that was first adumbrated by George F. Kennan in and later became. Allen Suess Whiting (Octo – Janu ) was an American political scientist and former government official specializing in the foreign relations of China.. Whiting was University of Arizona Regents' Professor of Political Science from to his retirement, having joined the university in He graduated from Cornell University in , earned a master's degree from.
In , China’s Communist leader Mao Zedong launched what became known as the Cultural Revolution in order to reassert his authority over the Chinese government. The Cultural Revolution and its. Five-Year Plans, method of planning economic growth over limited periods, through the use of quotas, used first in the Soviet Union and later in other socialist states. In the Soviet Union, the first Five-Year Plan (–32), implemented by Joseph Stalin, concentrated on developing heavy industry and collectivizing agriculture, at the cost of a drastic fall in consumer goods.
The U-turns give some credence to the idea that the Soviet economy could have developed along more than one alternative path. Even today, after all, ‘varieties of communism’ persist – from China and Cuba to North Korea. Despite the variation, there were important continuities in Soviet policies after Henry A. Kissinger’s fascinating, shrewd and sometimes perverse new book, “On China,” tries to show how the history of China has shaped its foreign policy and attitudes toward the West.
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Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy (Volume 1 - ) [Degras, Jane (Editor)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy (Volume 1 - )Author: Jane (Editor) Degras. Several works had played a pioneering role in establishing the foundation for the field: Whiting, Allen S., Soviet Policies in China, – (New York: Columbia University Press, ); Schwarz, Benjamin, Chinese Communism and Rise of Mao (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ); Johnson, Chalmers, Peasant Nationalism and Communist Power: The Emergence of Revolutionary China.
Whiting, Allen S. Soviet policies in China, (Stanford University Press, ) Yakhontoff, Victor A. Russia And The Soviet Union In The Far East () online Zhang, Shu Guang, "The Sino-Soviet Alliance and the Cold War in Asia, –", in The Cambridge History of the Cold War, Vol 1 in Melvyn P.
Leffler and Odd Arne Westad, eds. (), pp – The discussions are well summarized in Carr, Bolshevik Revolution, pp. –9, Whiting, Allen S., Soviet Policies in China, – (Stanford, ), pp.
42–58, Haithcox, John P., Communism and Nationalism in India (Princeton, ), chap. 2, and Lazitch, Branko and Drachkovitch, Milorad M., Lenin and the Comintern, vol. Growing Soviet Interest in China. Daily Summary, 14 January France: Alleged Communist Plan for Military Activities.
Weekly Summary, 30 January Soviet Policy in Eastern Europe. Daily Summary, 13 February Possible Soviet Plans for Poland. Daily Summary, 19 February Czechoslovakia: Communists May Precipitate. In JuneChinese officials -including Zhou Enlai- had pointedly criticized Soviet policies in front of the Soviet delegates (some would say "attacked" the Soviet delegation).
The Soviets attempted to bring the CPC to heel by suspending distribution of Chinese periodicals in the USSR, and in July of that year, all Soviet technical.
The Sino-Soviet split (–) was the breaking of political relations between the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), caused by doctrinal divergences that arose from their different interpretations and practical applications of Marxism–Leninism, as influenced by their respective geopolitics during the Cold War (–).
Nearly every conceivable facet of the Sino-Soviet relationship is covered. The book's breadth reveals just how pervasive the Soviet model was in Chinese society, economics, politics, and culture.
-- Robert Ross, Boston College The Sino-Soviet relationship has played a critical role in the development of the People's Republic of s: 2. soviet nuclear doctrine: concepts of intercontinental and theater war (sr rp 73 subject: nara #: nn; jan keywords: estimate, soviet estimate, soviet policy estimate, soviet military estimate, soviet science estimate, tgdnotsu created date: 8/31/ am.
Books. Background Information: Kirschenbaum, Lisa. Small Comrades: Revolutionizing Childhood in Soviet Russia, (New York and London: Routledge Falmer, ). In this book, Kirschenbaum traces the institution of kindergarten in the Soviet Union, and uses early childhood education as a lens to understand the Bolshevik ideological.
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According to Soviet Marxist–Leninist theorists, the basic character of Soviet foreign policy was set forth in Vladimir Lenin's Decree on Peace, adopted by the Second Congress of Soviets in November It set forth the dual nature of Soviet foreign policy, which encompasses both proletarian internationalism and peaceful the one hand, proletarian internationalism refers to.
Beginning in the early s, the Soviet regime proclaimed a policy of détente and sought increased economic cooperation and disarmament negotiations with the West. However, the Soviet stance on human rights and its invasion of Afghanistan in created new tensions between the two countries.
These tensions continued to exist until the. Published March, TO ELEANOR INTRODUCTION THIS book is founded on the experience gained during about nine months of travel and residence in Manchuria, inunder a fellowship from the Social Science Research Council, New York.
Soviet Policies in China, Allen S. Whiting No preview available - Sovereignty and. This comprehensive study of China's Cold War experience reveals the crucial role Beijing played in shaping the orientation of the global Cold War and the confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union.
The success of China's Communist revolution in set the stage, Chen says. China - China - The transition to socialism, – The period –57, corresponding to the First Five-Year Plan, was the beginning of China’s rapid industrialization, and it is still regarded as having been enormously successful.
A strong central governmental apparatus proved able to channel scarce resources into the rapid development of heavy industry. Despite some serious policy. The Soviet Union and China had tentatively made up after their vicious — and nearly world-ending — split in the s, and both were looking to learn from the other’s experiences.
Comrade Mao Zedong: The most important question at the present time is the question of establishing peace. China needs a period of years of peace, which would be used to bring the economy back to pre-war levels and to stabilize the country in general.
Decisions on the most important questions in China hinge on the prospects for a peaceful.Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy: Volume 1 of Soviet Documents on Foreign Policy, Jane Tabrisky Degras: Editor: Jane Tabrisky Degras: Contributor: Royal Institute of International Affairs: Publisher: Oxford University Press, Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
On DecemSoviet President Mikhail Gorbachev announced the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Using the words, “We’re now living in a new world,” Gorbachev effectively agreed to end the Cold War, a tense year period during which the Soviet Union and the United States held the world at the brink of nuclear p.m.
that evening, the Soviet flag above the Kremlin.