How Many Asymmetries?: Continuities, Transformations, and Puzzles in the Study of Chinese Foreign Relations

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations
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Abstract

I began my graduate studies at Harvard in September 1958. In the summer and fall of 1959, I started groping for ways to think about China in the seventeenth century, discovered that there had been some very interesting European eyewitnesses of the Ming-Qing wars, and wrote my first seminar paper for John King Fairbank on the first Dutch embassy, 1655.1657. The rest, shall we say, is history.

How Many Asymmetries?: Continuities, Transformations, and Puzzles in the Study of Chinese Foreign Relations

in Journal of American-East Asian Relations

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