Chiang Kai-shek's Quest for Soviet Entry into the Sino-Japanese War
Chiang Kai-shek's Quest for Soviet Entry into the Sino-Japanese War John W. Garver draws on the recently declassified Chiang Kai-shek archives to examine Chiang's diplomacy toward the Soviets during the first year of the 1937-1945 Sino-Japanese war. Garver argues that hope of Soviet entry into that war as an ally was an important factor persuading Chiang to risk war with Japan in 1937.
Same Bed, Different Dreams: Managing U. S.-China Relations, 1989-2000, David M. Lampton Reviewed by John W. Garver
Great Wall, Empty Fortress: China's Search for Security, ANDREW J. NATHAN and Robert S. Ross Reviewed by John W. Garver
Sino-Indian Rapproachement and the Sino-Pakistan Entente, John W. Garver
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