The United States and China : a history from the eighteenth century to the present / Dong Wang.
By: Wang, Dong.Material type: BookCall no.: HIST E 2013 662464Series: Asia/Pacific/Perspectives: Publication: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, c2013Description: xi, 377 p.ISBN: 9780742557819 (cloth) ; 0742557812 (cloth) ; 9780742557826 (pbk.); 0742557820 (pbk.).Subject(s): United States -- Foreign relations -- China | China -- Foreign relations -- United States
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 337-362) and index.
The Pacific frontier and Qing China, 1784-1911 : Yankee merchants and the China trade ; Opium wars and the Open Door ; Chinese immigration: roots in the United States? ; American protestantism: roots in China? -- The United States and China in the era of world wars and revolutions, 1912-1970 : Revolutions, nationalism, and internationalization ; The Pacific War and Red China ; Facing east and west: agents of encounter ; Deterrence and negotiation: American-Chinese relations during the Cold War -- Rapprochement, the default superpower, and China resurgent, 1970-present : Renewing the bilateral relationship, 1970-1989 ; The China market and the allure of the United States ; Clashes and cooperation ; China's catch-up: a game-changer for America?
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