Sino-Soviet relations and arms control

report to the U.S. Arms Control & Disarmament Agency.
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East Asian Research Center [and] Center for International Affairs, Harvard University , [Cambridge]
Disarmament., China -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union., Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- C
ContributionsHalperin, Morton H., Harvard University. Center for International Affairs, Harvard University. East Asian Research Center, United States. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
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LC ClassificationsJX1974 .S557
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Pagination2 v.
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Open LibraryOL22424623M

Sino-Soviet relations and arms control, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book, which offers the work of a group of distinguished contributors, is designed to clarify the bearing of the arms control issue on the Sino-Soviet dispute and to suggest future policy directions for the United States.

Arms control and security issues have been at the heart of much of Russian Manufacturer: M.I.T. Press. This book, which offers the work of a group of distinguished contributors, is designed to clarify the bearing of the arms control issue on the Sino-Soviet dispute and to suggest future policy directions for the United States.

Arms control and security issues have been at the heart of much of Russian-Chinese disagreement since the opening of the rift in the 's. The Sino-Soviet pair: coalition behavior from to / Bernhardt Lieberman --Appendix B.

Participants in the Conference on Sino-Soviet Relations and Arms Control. Responsibility: edited by Morton H. Halperin. Sino-Soviet Relations and Arms Control begins with the observation that the Soviet Union and Communist China use disarmament talk as a way of pointing out issues of major importance in their dispute, of competing for support within the third world and the Communist bloc, and of expressing genuine disagreement over the fundamental causes of the Author: Morton H.

Halperin. Get this from a library. Sino-Soviet relations and arms control: Japanese attitudes. [United States. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency.; Harvard University. East Asian Research Center.;].

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Arms control and security issues have been at the heart of much of Russian-Chinese disagreement since the opening of the rift in the 's. This book, which offers the work of a group of distinguished contributors, is designed to clarify the bearing of the arms control issue on the Sino-Soviet dispute and to suggest future policy directions for the United States.

Part II of the book is a historical exploration of the interrelation between specific arms control measures and the Sino-Soviet dispute. The authors give the most Sino-Soviet relations and arms control book account yet available of Sino-Soviet nuclear relations between and and document the extent to which the quarrel has centered on military and security issues.

The KMT, the CCP, the Chinese Civil War and the establishment of diplomatic relations. In the Soviet Union began supporting the Kuomintang (KMT), and in the Comintern instructed the Chinese Communist Party (commonly abbreviated as CCP) to sign a military treaty with the KMT.

Onthe two governments signed an agreement to establish diplomatic relations, while the Soviet. Overall, Brothers in Arms is a monumental contribution to the history of Sino-Soviet relations. Odd Arne Westad's introduction serves as an excellent overview of current historiography and major events, and almost one hundred pages of translated documents in the appendix provide a sense of the nature the relationship, and insights into some of.

Uncertain partners tells for the first time the inside story of the creation of the Sino-Soviet alliance and the origins of the Korean War. Using major new documentary sources, including cables and letters between Mao Zedong and Stalin, and interviews with key Russian, Chinese, and Korean participants, the book focuses on the domestic and foreign policy decision-making in all three countries.

according to this view, cast a “long shadow” over international relations, bounding the range of acceptable policies and behaviors and significantly limiting military options. In the Sino-Soviet border conflict, however, nuclear weapons had little apparent influence on China’s decision to attack the Soviets on 2 March.

China was neitherFile Size: 1MB. As Sino-Soviet relations mature after a childhood friendship and teenage enmity, arms control is gradually becoming a more viable option.

Modern Sino-Soviet relations (after ), are in fact approaching ‘middle age’, but for the five or so years since they turned thirty, there are clear signs of more cooperation and less conflict in their Cited by: 4.

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Romanian autonomy and arms control policies. Arms Control, Vol. 3, Issue. 1, p. The radical worsening of Sino-Soviet relations began in the spring of and the “ point of no return ” occurred at the latest in the summer of agree to abide by our usage policies. If this is the first time you use this feature, you will be Cited by: The briefing book includes some of the most significant sources cited in an article in the current issue of Cold War History, "Sino-American Relations, Sino-Soviet Border Conflict and Steps Toward Rapprochement," by William Burr, a senior analyst at the National Security Archive.

5. Sino-Soviet relations continued to worsen fromdriven by ideological divisions, different attitudes to the West, provocative and hostile remarks, failed talks between Mao and Khrushchev, and border disputes that led to a brief conflict in Citation information Title: “Sino-Soviet relations” Authors: Glenn Kucha, Jennifer Llewellyn.

Sino-Soviet economic cooperation Shu Guang Zhang Nikita Khrushchev and Sino-Soviet relations Constantine Pleshakov Chinese politics and the collapse of the Sino-Soviet alliance Chen Jian and Yang Kuisong-- Appendix: some documents on Sino-Soviet relations, to Contributors-- Index.

(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary. In JanuaryRed Guards besieged the Soviet Embassy in Beijing. Diplomatic relations were never formally broken, but they went into a deep freeze.

The Chinese also chose to raise the issue of the Sino-Soviet border, which was the result of nineteenth century treaties imposed on the weakened Qing Dynasty by Czarist Russia. SinceSino-Soviet relations had improved as both nations had embarked on government reforms and both wished to end hostilities.

Gorbachev’s policies of ‘Perestroika’ (economic restructuring) and ‘Glasnost’ (political freedom) unleashed forces within the USSR that led to its eventual collapse in Start studying COLD WAR: Sino-Soviet Relations.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The Soviet Union and Arms Control: A Superpower Dilemma (Baltimore, Maryland: Johns Hopkins University Press, ), pp.

“Toward a Theory of Preventative Arms Control,” in Challenges from the Future, Proceedings of the International Future Research Conference. (Tokyo: Kodansha, Ltd., ), III, pp.

Sino-Soviet Relations Timeline created by Solonglolol. In History. Purple is Japanese control of China Oct 1, Founding of the People's Republic of China Following the civil war, under the leadership of the communist party (headed by Mao Zedong), the People's Republic of China is founded.

Sino-Soviet Treaty of. He explores how Sino-Soviet relations were linked to Chinese domestic politics and to Mao's struggles with internal political rivals. Furthermore, Lüthi argues, the Sino-Soviet split had far-reaching consequences for the socialist camp and its connections to the nonaligned movement, the global Cold War, and the Vietnam War.

The broader context of the Sino-Soviet split, including the role of nuclear issues, is explored is Pleshakov Pleshakov, Constantine.

“ Nikita Khrushchev and Sino-Soviet Relations ”. In Brothers in Arms: The Rise and Fall of the Sino-Soviet Alliance, –, Stanford, CA: Stanford University by: No problem in foreign policy is more important to the United States than its relations with the Soviet Union.

The major question in this area is whether the Soviet Union is a threat to the United States or whether it lacks both the will and the capacity to challenge America.

Aspect of deterioration -In differences emerged between the USSR and PCR concerning nuclear arms and Taiwan. In July of the same year, Khrushchev had proposed joint Chinese-Soviet control over China's nuclear programme, which in practice would mean that their nuclear weaponry could only be used with Soviet authorization.

Walker, Michael M. Sino-Soviet War: The War Nobody Knew () online book review; Westad, Odd Arne, ed. Brothers in Arms: The Rise and Fall of the Sino-Soviet Alliance () Whiting, Allen S.

Soviet policies in China, (Stanford University Press, ) Yakhontoff, Victor A.

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Russia And The Soviet Union In The Far East () online. The Sino-Soviet rivalry in global context is the subject of the excellent book by Jeremy Friedman. The United States and the Soviet Union both expected high levels of conformity to their "models of development," explains Simon Toner in his study of agricultural programs in Vietnam.

Other articles where Sino-Soviet dispute is discussed: 20th-century international relations: The Sino-Soviet split: A still more energetic U.S. riposte would await the end of Eisenhower’s term, but “Mr.

Khrushchev’s boomerang” (as Dulles termed Sputnik) had an immediate and disastrous impact on Soviet relations with the other Communist giant, China. China's participation in the Korean War () seemed to strengthen Sino-Soviet relations, especially after the UN-sponsored trade embargo against China.

The Sino-Soviet alliance appeared to unite Moscow and Beijing, and China became more closely associated with and dependent on a foreign power than ever before. This paper explores the history of Sino-India relations sinceand explores the having lost its hold over China after the Sino-Soviet split.

Who Has What at a Glance,” Arms Control. Although tension in Sino-Soviet relations was so great that many Western scholars referred to it as a "split," the Sino-Soviet Treaty continued to exist. In fact, this treaty, including both the publicly released terms and the secret protocols, was still the foundation on which Sino-Soviet relations rested.The Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance, signed in Februarywas the subject of much alarm in Washington and braying propaganda from all sides, but this concealed bitter negotiations in which Mao fought off attempts to cede more Chinese territory to the USSR.

How did changes in U.S.-China and Sino-Soviet relations influence and constrain China’s nuclear arms control policy? “Dealing with a Common Bastard” After the Korean War, Mao Zedong’s strategy toward the United States consistently combined ideology with calculations of national interest: the United States was the biggest : Xin Zhan.