OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

China's India War: Collision Course on the Roof of the World

ISBN : 9780199475551

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¥4,741
著者: 
Bertil Lintner
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352 ページ
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Hardcover
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138 x 216 mm
刊行日
2018年01月
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The 1962 war between India and China was not about a disputed border. It was the result of China's desire to become the leader of the 'Third World' - and, at a time when China was barely recovering from the disastrous Great Leap Forward and its architect, Mao Zedong, was discredited, to unite different factions within the Chinese leadership against an outside enemy: India. China won the war, became the main voice of revolutionary movements in the Third World-and Mao Zedong was back in power.

目次: 

Introduction; 1 The Improbable Border Dispute; 2 The Line; 3 The Invasion; 4 When the War was Over; 5 An Enchanted-and Endangered-Frontier; 6 Gross National Happiness?; 7 Maoism Redux; 8 Borderlands and Oceans; Chronology; Bibliography; Index; About the Author

著者について: 

Bertil Lintner was a senior writer for the Far Eastern Economic Review for more than twenty years, covering Burma (now Myanmar) and related issues. He now writes for the Swedish daily newspaper Svenska Dagbladet and Janes Information Group in the UK. He is a recognized expert on Burmese issues as well as ethnic minorities, insurgencies, and narcotics in Southeast and South Asia.

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