Re-Examining the Cold War: U.S.-China Diplomacy, 1954-1973
Harvard University Press
January 30, 2002
6.0 X 1.25 X 8.96 inches | 1.59 pounds
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About the Author
Robert S. Ross is Professor of Political Science at Boston College and a Research Associate at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, Harvard University.
Jiang Changbin is Director of the International Strategic Research Center, Central Party School of the Chinese Communist Party, Beijing.
Rosemary Foot is Professor of International Relations and John Swire Senior Research Fellow at St Antony's College, University of Oxford. Professor Foot has published numerous books, including Human Rights and Counterterrorism in America's Asia Policy (2004) and Rights beyond Borders: The Global Community and the Struggle over Human Rights in China (2000). Professor Foot is co-editor of several books including Does China Matter? A Reassessment (2004) and Order and Justice in International Relations (2003).
Is the Sophia Smith Professor of Government at Smith College. Goldstein has written on the Chinese Communist revolution; Sino-American relations, Sino-Soviet relations, the emergence of a Chinese Communist view of world affairs, and the reform process in post-Mao China. His recent work has focused on the Taiwan issue in Sino-American relations and the politics of mainland policy in Taiwan.
Li Gong is a well-known developer in the Java Community and an active member of the Project JXTA. Li is the JXTA Engineering Director for the JXTA CORE.
Jia Quingguo is Professor and Dean of the School of International Relations at Peking University.
William C. Kirby is Spangler Family Professor of Business Administration and T. M. Chang Professor of China Studies at Harvard University, as well as Chair of the Harvard China Fund and Faculty Chair of the Harvard Center Shanghai. His many books include Can China Lead? Reaching the Limits of Power and Growth.
Li Chi is Professor in the Department for Research on Party Documents, Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party.
Ronald W. Pruessen is Chair of the Department of History at the University of Toronto.
Michael Schaller is Professor of History at the University of Arizona.
Robert D. Schulzinger is Professor of History and Director of the International Affairs Program at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Zhang Baijia is Research Professor of the Party History Research Center of the Central Party School of the Chinese Communist Party.
Robert Accinelli is Professor of History at the University of Toronto.
This enthralling volume is a product of current Sino-U.S. scholarly co-operation. It makes full use of recently released Chinese and American official archives, and provides a fascinating and instructive account of how two mutually hostile powers nevertheless found it possible--indeed imperative--to communicate with each other.-- (10/01/2002)