Crosscurrents : US relations with Nationalist China, 1943-1960 /

"In their struggle against wartime Japan, and later against international Communism, the United States and Nationalist China were necessary but awkward allies, united by common enemies but divided by sharply conflicting national priorities and contradictory objectives"--

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Main Author: Gold, Martin, 1947- (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2023]
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Table of Contents:
  • A fraught partnership
  • An impossible coalition
  • Estrangement and a lifeline
  • 1953 : a new administration arrives in Washington
  • Rising tensions in the Strait
  • Eisenhower goes to Congress
  • The Formosa Resolution : floor proceedings
  • After the resolution, a treaty
  • Defend or abandon Quemoy and Matsu
  • A crisis renewed.