A partnership for disorder : China, the United States, and their policies for the postwar disposition of the Japanese Empire, 1941-1945

Xiaoyuan Liu

A Partnership for Disorder examines American-Chinese foreign policy planning in World War II for decolonising the Japanese Empire and controlling Japan after the war. This study unravels some of the complex origins of the postwar upheavals in Asia by demonstrating how the US and China's disagreements on many concrete issues prevented their governments from forging an effective partnership. The two powers' quest for long-term cooperation was further complicated by Moscow's eleventh-hour involvement in the Pacific War. By the war's end, a triangular relationship among Washington, Moscow, and Chongqing surfaced from secret negotiations at Yalta and Moscow. Yet the Yalta-Moscow system in Asia proved too ambiguous and fragile to be useful even for the purpose of defining a new balance of power among the Allies. The failure of the system was compounded by its obliviousness to Asia's dynamic nationalist forces.

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[目次]

  • Acknowledgments
  • Note on romanization
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • 1. The making of an alliance
  • 2. The issue of postwar Japan
  • 3. China's lost territories
  • 4. Korea's independence
  • 5. The road to Cairo
  • 6. A divisive summit
  • 7. Yan'an and postwar East Asia
  • 8. Diplomacy without action
  • 9. Erosion of a partnership
  • 10. The Manchurian triangle
  • 11. Bargaining at Moscow
  • 12. Epilogue: the crisis of peace
  • Appendices
  • Bibliography
  • Index.

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書名 A partnership for disorder : China, the United States, and their policies for the postwar disposition of the Japanese Empire, 1941-1945
著作者等 Liu, Xiaoyuan
出版元 Cambridge University Press
刊行年月 1996
ページ数 xiii, 343 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0521550998
NCID BA28200134
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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