This insightful history delves into the rhythms and patterns of Chinese diplomacy, tracing key events including the initial encounters between China and modern European powers, the Sino-Soviet alliance, the Korean War, and Richard Nixon's trip to Beijing. With a new final chapter on the country's current role in global economics and politics, this book provides perspective on Chinese foreign affairs from one of the world's premier statesmen.
2020-06-03T05:15:07.000ZI have finished reading the first two books, I am in the middle of the third and a quarter through the fourth! For anyone interested in international power politics, these 4 books are a must-read. They provide unparalleled density of knowledge and breadth of perspective! – source
2022-08-04T11:21:56.000ZThis is really a brilliant book, in many respects, and it is world's misfortune that the US-China relationships are now handled by the much less knowledgeable people. – source
One of the books I've given most as a gift. – source