The Everyday Cold War
Britain and China, 1950-1972
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Based on extensive British and Chinese archival sources, this book examines not only the high politics of Anglo-Chinese relations, but also how the British diplomats experienced the Cold War at the local level.
1. Negotiating a Post-imperial Relationship, 1950-3
2. Fighting and Coopting Britain, 1954-64
3. Radicalizing the Everyday Cold War, 1965-6
4. Performing the Ritual of the Cultural Revolution, 1967
5. Normalizing the Confrontation, 1968-70
6. Negotiating full Diplomatic Relations, 1971-2
Examines the `everyday' Cold War between Britain and China from 1950 through the establishment of full diplomatic relations in 1972.