Sino-American Relations
Sino-American Relations
A New Cold War
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Introduction: US-China Relations at a Historic Crossroad (Xiaobing Li and Qiang Fang)
Part One - Background and Lost Voices
1.From Admirer to Critic: Li Dazhao’s Changing Attitudes towards the US (Patrick Fuliang Shan)
2.Legacy of the Exclusion Act and Chinese Americans’ Experience (Jingyi Song)
3.Disillusioned Diplomacy: US Policy towards Wang Jingwei’s Reorganized National Government, 1938-1945 (Travis Chambers)
Part Two - Did America Lose China?
1.Lost opportunity or Mission Impossible: A Historiographical Essay on the Marshall Mission to China, December 1945-January 1947 (Zhiguo Yang)
2.Negotiating from Strength: US-China Diplomatic Challenges at the Korean War Armistice Conference, 1951-1953 (Pingchao Zhu)
3.Mao Zedong and the Taiwan Strait Crises (Xiaojia Hou)
Part Three - Rapprochement and Opportunities
1.Media and US-China Reconciliation (Guolin Yi)
2.Sino-American Relations in the Wake of Tiananmen, 1989-1991 (Yafeng Xia)
3.Jiang Zemin and the United States: Hiding Hatred and Biding Time for Revenge (Qiang Fang)
Part Four - Did China Lose America?
1.China’s Belt-Road Strategy: Xinjiang’s Role in a System without America (Xiaoxiao Li)
2.East and South China Seas in Sino-US Relations (Xiaobing Li)
Conclusion: The Coming Cold War II? (Xiaobing Li and Qiang Fang)
About the Contributors

Xiaobing Li, Qiang Fang (red.)

Sino-American Relations

A New Cold War

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Sino-American Relations brings together high-quality research articles in order to examine one aspect of the political mechanism of modern China, from empire to the PRC: political initiatives to root out corruption. Proceeding chronologically, the eleven chapters explore modern political history through a particular focus on the anti-corruption campaigns of early modern and modern China. Our interdisciplinary analysis draws on methodologies from several distinct fields, including political science, civil law, and mass media. Such an analysis reveals the unique characteristics of China’s urbanization, which have transformed not only the country, but also the CCP – from a rural-based totalitarian party to a city-centered authoritarian party, and from a party of the people to a party of powerful interest groups by 2002–2016.

Xiaobing Li

Dr. Xiaobing Li is professor of History and Don Betz Endowed Chair in International Studies at the University of Central Oklahoma. He is currently the editor of Chinese Historical Reviews. His recent publications include 'Sino-American Relations: A New Cold War', 'The Dragon in the Jungle: The Chinese Army in the Vietnam War', 'Attack at Chosin: The Chinese Second Offensive in Korea', and 'Building Ho’s Army: Chinese Military Assistance to North Vietnam'.

Qiang Fang

Dr. Qiang Fang is professor of East Asian History at the University of Minnesota Duluth. He is the current president of Association of Chinese Professors in Social Science (ACPSS). His recent publications include 'Sino-American Relations: A New Cold War', 'The Communist Judicial System in China, 1927-1976', and 'Power Versus Law in Modern China'.