The Genesis of Chinese Communist Foreign Policy

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Columbia University Press, 1996 - 343 頁

Is the Confucian tradition compatible with the Western understanding of human rights? Are there fundamental human values, regardless of cultural differences, common to all peoples of all nations? At this critical point in Communist China's history, eighteen distinguished scholars address the role of Confucianism in dealing with questions of universal human rights.

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Hunt traces how PRC foreign policy developed from the end of the Qing dynasty through the foundation of the PRC. He argues that the CCP inherited many assumptions from the struggles of China against ... 閱讀評論全文

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The Crisis of the Late Qing 18001912
29
The Patriotic Impulse 1890s1910s
53
The Rise of an International Affairs Orthodoxy 19201934
83
Toward Foreign Policy Autonomy 19351945
125
The Trials of Adversity 19451951
159
Personality Ideology and Decisionmaking
203
Constructing a History of CCP Foreign Relations
232
A Guide to the Literature
251
Notes
273
Index
323
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第 320 頁 - Intellectual History after the Linguistic Turn: The Autonomy of Meaning and the Irreducibility of Experience," American Historical Review 92 (1987), 879-907.

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Edward D. berkowitz is professor of history and public policy and public administration at George Washington University. He is the author of eight books and the editor of three collections. During the seventies he served as a staff member of the President's Commission for a National Agenda, helping President Carter plan for a second term that never came to be.

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