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Book Reviews : Relations with China. Evan Luard. Chatto and Windus. 25/-. Leadership in Communist China. Arthur Wilbur Lewis. Cornell. 40/-. Symposium on Economics and Social Problems of the Far East. Edited by E. F. Szczepanik. Hong Kong University Press, London, Oxford University Press. 80/-. Communist China, 1955-1959. Policy Documents with Analyses. Foreword by Robert R. Bowerie and John K. Fairbank. Harvard University Press, London, Oxford University Press. 80/-. The Centre of the World. Robert S. Elegant. Meuthen. 42/-. The Other Side of the River: Red China Today. Edgar Snow. Gollancz. 63/-. Escape from Red China. Robert Loh and Humphrey Evans. Michael Joseph. 25/-

Book ReviewsRelations with China. Evan Luard. Chatto and Windus. 25/-. Leadership in Communist China. Arthur Wilbur Lewis. Cornell. 40/-. Symposium on Economics and Social Problems of the Far East. Edited by E. F. Szczepanik. Hong Kong University Press, London, Oxford University Press. 80/-. Communist China, 1955-1959. Policy Documents with Analyses. Foreword by Robert R. Bowerie and John K. Fairbank. Harvard University Press, London, Oxford University Press. 80/-. The Centre of the World. Robert S. Elegant. Meuthen. 42/-. The Other Side of the River: Red China Today. Edgar Snow. Gollancz. 63/-. Escape from Red China. Robert Loh and Humphrey Evans. Michael Joseph. 25/- SAGE Publications, Inc.1963DOI: 10.1177/004711786300200817 If China is not the centre of the world, as for generations her rulers claimed, at least she now dominates the international scene though not by reason of her present po.wer, or indeed of her actions ... as yet. She has changed the whole international atmosphere, altered the world setting and possibly ended the cold war, at least in its current guise, simply by disagreeing with Russia over the foreign policy of the Communist world. And her sudden dramatic importance rests on the same basis as her old imperial splendour-an almost total http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Relations SAGE

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