High and Low Tide: Sino-American Relations and Summit Diplomacy in the Second World War
Studies of Chinese involvement in Allied relations during the Second World War tend to focus on the Cairo Conference of November 1943 and see it as the high point for China's wartime diplomacy. This analysis argues that the Moscow Foreign Ministers' Conference, held just prior to Cairo in late October-early November, was more important for the achievement of China's longer-term interests. The participation at Moscow of Cordell Hull, the American secretary of state, was unique as the State...[Show more]
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