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China's adaptation to the international capitalist system: was it made in the USA ?

Abstract : This paper is to discuss mainly the diplomatic relationships between the United States and China. Through different foreign policies created by different American policy makers, the paper is to try to find out the true reasons why the U.S. changed foreign policy toward China during different periods and whether these policies had something to with China's adaptation into the capitalist economic system. There are three parts in this paper. The first part ranges from the late 1940's to the early 1950's. The second parts starts from the 1950's to the 1970's while the last part focuses on the 1980's till 1990's. Different American foreign policies toward China will be discussed and compared during these there periods.
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Qianjun Liang. China's adaptation to the international capitalist system: was it made in the USA ?. Literature. 2013. ⟨dumas-00969304⟩

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