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by Thomas P. Bernstein,Tina Mai Chen,Izabella Goikhman,Guiha Guan,Donghui He,Xiaojia Hou,You Ji,Hanbing Kong,Lorenz Luthi,Elizabeth McGuire,Gregory Rohlf,Gilbert Rozman,Laurence Schneider,Douglas Stiffler,Péter Vámos,Miin-ling Yu,Jian Zang,Shengfa Zhang,Minglang Zhou,Hua-Yu Li


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We might also say: 'Without the Soviet Union, there would be no Communist Party of China,' and 'Without the Soviet Union . The book contains a wealth of interesting and cogently presented perspectives on the Sino-Soviet relationship

We might also say: 'Without the Soviet Union, there would be no Communist Party of China,' and 'Without the Soviet Union, there would be no People's Republic of China. The Chinese Communist Party grew up in the Stalinist era. Today, after three decades of market reform, there is still a Soviet DNA in its political culture. The book contains a wealth of interesting and cogently presented perspectives on the Sino-Soviet relationship. It is highly recommended for both the specialist and the general reader.

We might also say: 'Without the Soviet Union, there would be no Communist Party of China,' and 'Without the Soviet . Thomas P. Bernstein is professor emeritus of political science at Columbia University.

We might also say: 'Without the Soviet Union, there would be no Communist Party of China,' and 'Without the Soviet Union, there would be no People's Republic of China. The essays in this volume, compiled by an outstanding group of international scholars, trace the story of China's most important foreign relationship in its periods of tutelage, partnership, and tension.

Start by marking China Learns from the Soviet Union, 1949-Present (The Harvard Cold War Studies . It is well known that the Soviet Union strongly influenced China in the early 1950s, since China committed itself both to the Sino-Soviet alliance and to the Soviet model of building socialism.

Start by marking China Learns from the Soviet Union, 1949-Present (The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. What is less well known is that Chinese proved receptive not only to the Soviet economic model but also to the emulation of the Soviet Union in realms such as those of ideology, edu It is well known that the Soviet Union strongly influenced China in the early 1950s, since China committed itself both to the Sino-Soviet alliance and to the.

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History, China Studies The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series . Between 1949 and 1956, China intensively emulated Soviet experiences and practices in a wide variety of fields, often, but not always quite.

China learns from the soviet union, 1949–PRESENT. China’s Concurrent Debate about the Gorbachev Era Gilbert Rozman 18 The Fate of the Soviet Model of Multinational State-Building in the People’s Republic of China Minglang Zhou 19 The Influence of the Collapse of the Soviet Union on China’s Political Choices Guan Guihai. Between 1949 and 1956, China intensively emulated Soviet experiences and practices in a wide variety of fields, often, but not always quite uncritically.

It is well known that the Soviet Union strongly influenced China in the early .

It is well known that the Soviet Union strongly influenced China in the early 1950s, since China committed itself both to the Sino-Soviet alliance and to the Soviet model of building socialism. What is less well known is that Chinese proved receptive not only to the Soviet economic model but also to the emulation of the Soviet Union in realms such as those of ideology, education, science, and culture. In this book an international group of scholars examines China's acceptance and ultimate rejection of Soviet models and practices in economic, cultural, social, and other realms.

In this book an international group of scholars examines China's acceptance and ultimate rejection of Soviet models and practices in economic, cultural, social, and other realms. Categories: Education. org to approved e-mail addresses.

In this book an international group of scholars examines China's acceptance and ultimate rejection of Soviet models and practices in economic, cultural, social, and other realms.

China Learns from the Soviet Union, 1949–Present (The Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0739142233

ISBN: 0739142232

Author: Thomas P. Bernstein,Tina Mai Chen,Izabella Goikhman,Guiha Guan,Donghui He,Xiaojia Hou,You Ji,Hanbing Kong,Lorenz Luthi,Elizabeth McGuire,Gregory Rohlf,Gilbert Rozman,Laurence Schneider,Douglas Stiffler,Péter Vámos,Miin-ling Yu,Jian Zang,Shengfa Zhang,Minglang Zhou,Hua-Yu Li

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Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Lexington Books (June 23, 2011)

Pages: 562 pages

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