The End of an Isolation: China after Mao

The End of an Isolation: China after Mao The End of an Isolation: China after Mao edited by HARISH KAPUR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF SOCIALIST COUNTRIES 1 1985, 386 pp. ISBN 90-247-3081-3 Hardbound Dfl. 175.00/£48.50'/US$67.00 The changes in China's foreign relations since the death of Mao Zedong have been rapid. From a situation )§j of general isolation and selfreliant development there has been a move in the direction of an "open door" policy and extensive economic relations with the outside- wortrt,- att in a short span of eight years. This Jj major transformation in thinking and policies are examined in this book through case-study and issue- 11, oriented approaches. , , Contents I. China and the Superpowers. II. China and Japan. Ill. China and the European Economic Community. IV. ¥: China and the Third World. V. Quest for Security. Vi. § Dissonent Voice in International Communism. Vil. t Socialist Self-Reliant Development within the Capitalist ))[J[ World Economy: The Post Maoist Perception. VIII. ))'I' Foreign Capital and Modernisation: Legal and Organi- sational Framework. IX. The Integration of Outlying .§ Areas: The Case Of Hongkong. Index. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Review of Socialist Law (in 1992 continued as Review of Central and East European Law) Brill
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© 1987 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0165-0300
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1875-2985
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10.1163/187529887X00032
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The End of an Isolation: China after Mao edited by HARISH KAPUR INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF SOCIALIST COUNTRIES 1 1985, 386 pp. ISBN 90-247-3081-3 Hardbound Dfl. 175.00/£48.50'/US$67.00 The changes in China's foreign relations since the death of Mao Zedong have been rapid. From a situation )§j of general isolation and selfreliant development there has been a move in the direction of an "open door" policy and extensive economic relations with the outside- wortrt,- att in a short span of eight years. This Jj major transformation in thinking and policies are examined in this book through case-study and issue- 11, oriented approaches. , , Contents I. China and the Superpowers. II. China and Japan. Ill. China and the European Economic Community. IV. ¥: China and the Third World. V. Quest for Security. Vi. § Dissonent Voice in International Communism. Vil. t Socialist Self-Reliant Development within the Capitalist ))[J[ World Economy: The Post Maoist Perception. VIII. ))'I' Foreign Capital and Modernisation: Legal and Organi- sational Framework. IX. The Integration of Outlying .§ Areas: The Case Of Hongkong. Index.

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Review of Socialist Law (in 1992 continued as Review of Central and East European Law)Brill

Published: Jan 1, 1987

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