Europe and China in the Cold War : Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split

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Title
Europe and China in the Cold War : Exchanges Beyond the Bloc Logic and the Sino-Soviet Split
Publisher
Brill
Address of publication
Leiden/Boston
ISBN
978-90-04-38812-3
978-90-04-38559-7
ISSN
2452-2260
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2018
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Editor
Schaufelbuehl Janick Marina, Wyss Marco, Zanier Marina
Volume
6
Series
New Perspectives on the Cold War
Language
english
Number of pages
244
Abstract
Europe and China in the Cold War studies Sino-European relations from the establishment of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) in 1949 to the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. Based on new multi-archival research, the international authorship presents and analyses diplomatic and personal relationships between Europe and China at the political, economic, military, cultural, and technological levels.
In going beyond existing historiography, the book comparatively focuses on the relations of both Eastern and Western Europe with the PRC, and adopts a global history approach that also includes non-state and transnational actors. This will allow the reader to learn that the bloc logic and the Sino-Soviet split were indeed influential, yet not all-determining factors in the relations between Europe and China.
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