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commercial interests in Asia.keywordsHawaii; annexation; trade; China...

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Author: Burns, Adam D.

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 8: Expansion and Diplomacy after the Civil War, 1865-1914 | Territorial Expansion authorBurns, Adam D.imprintComparative American Studies 9 (December 2011): 309-24.annotationWould the Chinese Exclusion Act be applied to the newly acquired Philippines? Exclusionists

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the China trade.keywordsPhilippines; Treaty of Paris (1898); China; trade...

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trade in China.keywordsnorthwest; Oregon; Alaska; China trade; fur trade...

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Author: Furber, Holden

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 3: From the Confederation to the Civil War | Regions authorFurber, HoldenimprintNew England Quarterly 11 (June 1938): 235-65.annotationPrior to 1792-1793, American trade with such ports as Madras, Calcutta, and Bombay appeared to be merely ancillary to the China trade

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more contact with Asia makes Americans less sympathetic toward the peoples of Asia.keywordsChinese-American relations; China trade; commerce; national identity...

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Author: Haddad, John R.

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 3: From the Confederation to the Civil War | Regions authorHaddad, John R.imprintPhiladelphia: Temple University Press, 2013.annotationThe story of American contact with China from 1784 to 1870. The United States was a different sort of power in Asia, as American

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Author: Levi, Werner

New South Wales (1792-1812) shortly after the first colonists were settled there.keywordsAustralia; China trade; commerce; early republic...

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Author: Halliday, Fred

independence from Great Britain in 1967 until 1987. It traces its relations with the west, including the United States, and with the Soviet Union and China. The work also includes analysis of South Yem...

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Service at Sumas, Washington, a town of the U.S.-Canadian border about thirty miles from the Pacific coast. The author focuses on Chinese immigration and opium smuggling.keywordscustoms; Northwest; im...

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expressed in contemporary periodical literature. The author finds the collective American opinion ambivalent, reflecting both a sympathetic interest in Chinese culture and a strong antipathy to Chinese immigra...

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and popular attitudes on China and argues that the Truman administration successfully led public opinion on this issue.keywordspublic opinion; foreign policy; China; Truman administration...

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Author: Moore, Mike

Seattle riots, China's accession to the WTO, and the initiation of the Doha Development Round of trade negotiations. This book offers retrospective reminiscences on a tumultuous four year reign, to which Moo...

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Chinese affairs, describes in some detail the struggle with Congress and within the Carter administration over the congressional role in negotiating a "normalization" of relations. He was among those who wa...

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West. They argue that debates on the merits of employing white or Chinese workers took place in a transnational context, in which Americans exchanged ideas and visits with British colonial elites in searc...

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assesses American public opinion with regard to the rise of China. The public is generally more moderate in its views toward China that US policymakers, and it has continued to support engagement and inv...

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relations with China during the critical years at the beginning of the twentieth century. The material comes from class FO566 and FO371 of the Public Record Office in Britain. The collection has 106 ree...

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Author: Zhu, Liping

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 8: Expansion and Diplomacy after the Civil War, 1865-1914 | Diplomatic Crises authorZhu, LipingimprintLawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2013.annotationZhu's study of the 1880 anti-Chinese riot in Denver, Colorado, furthers our understanding of the mechanisms by

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Author: Zesch, Scott

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 8: Expansion and Diplomacy after the Civil War, 1865-1914 | Diplomatic Crises authorZesch, ScottimprintOxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.annotationZesch examines early Chinese migration to Los Angeles and the development of Chinese community associations, which

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Author: Leifer, Michael

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | ASEAN and Regional Integration authorLeifer, MichaelimprintNew York: Routledge, 1989.annotationThis helpful study reviews two decades of ASEAN history, from its foundation as an economic

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | ASEAN and Regional Integration editorsHellmann, Donald C., and Kenneth B. PyleimprintArmonk: M. E. Sharpe, 1997.annotationThe point at issue among the contributors is whether the Asia

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Author: Jones, Lee

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | ASEAN and Regional Integration authorJones, LeeimprintLondon: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.annotationBy analyzing interactions among member states, Jones debunks the myth of "non-intervention" in

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | ASEAN and Regional Integration editorsKallgren, Joyce K., Noordin Sopiee, and Soedjati DjiwandonoimprintBerkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, 1988

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | ASEAN and Regional Integration authorGanesan, NarayananimprintContemporary Southeast Asia 22 (August 2000): 258-78.annotationExamining ASEAN's relations with extra-regional powers—China, Japan

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | ASEAN and Regional Integration editorBroinowski, AlisonimprintNew York: St. Martin's Press, 1982.annotationTen authors offer helpful discussions of ASEAN's development since its 1967 founding

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 17: The United States and the Vietnam War | Biographies: American authorKissinger, HenryimprintBoston: Little, Brown, 1982.annotationMuch of this 1,200-page memoir of events from January 1973 to Nixon's resignation in August 1974 deals with China and the Middle East

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Author: Lin, Mao

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 17: The United States and the Vietnam War | Escalation and War, 1964-1968 authorLin, MaoimprintJournal of Cold War Studies 11 (Spring 2009): 35-69.annotationAccording to the author, Washington believed that the fall of South Vietnam would not only vindicate China

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 17: The United States and the Vietnam War | Richard Nixon's War, 1968-1973 authorHanhimaki, JussiimprintDiplomacy & Statecraft 14 (March 2003): 159-194.annotationHanhimaki examines U.S. relations with the Soviet Union and China in the run up to the Paris Agreements

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 6: The United States, Asia, and the Pacific, 1815-1919 | Published Primary Materials editorFairbank, John K.imprintCambridge: East Asia Research Center of Harvard University, 1965.annotationThis is an introduction to the modern Chinese documentary style. Volume 1 is a

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Author: Foster, John W.

on Foster's important diplomatic service, notably his several foreign missions, negotiations for reciprocity, and work for other governments including China. Foster also offers many candid comments on p...

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from the British Foreign Office on relations with China. A twenty-three-page index has also been published to assist researchers in finding relevant documents.keywordsBritish-Chinese relations; diploma...

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Author: Khoo, Nicholas

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 17: The United States and the Vietnam War | Escalation and War, 1964-1968 authorKhoo, NicholasimprintJournal of Cold War Studies 12 (Winter 2010): 3-42.annotationPrevious studies of the worsening relationship between China and North Vietnam have not emphasized

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. His administration quelled Sumatran tribes that attacked American ships, secured treaties to protect American interests, and sought substitutes for the hard currency needed to trade with China. The j...

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | United States and Southeast Asia authorWright, Joseph J.imprintOakland: Pacific Rim Press, 1991.annotationThis is a useful political history of Thailand over the last 75 years, with roughly 100

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Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | United States and Southeast Asia authorRenard, Ronald D.imprintBoulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1996.annotationThis is a review of what is and is not known about the narcotics trade in

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Author: Liang, Chi-Shad

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | United States and Southeast Asia authorLiang, Chi-ShadimprintNew York: Praeger, 1990.annotationLiang is helpful on the 1950s and 1960s, but his study is very sketchy on the period after 1978

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Author: Mya, Maung

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | United States and Southeast Asia authorMya, MaungimprintNew York: Paragon House, 1992.annotationThe author sees Burma's future as bleak due to the enormous damage inflicted by the dictatorship on

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Author: Clark, Allen L.

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | United States and Southeast Asia authorClark, Allen L.imprintAsian Survey 39 (September-October 1999): 772-91.annotationBefore 1998, the military regime succeeded in attracting foreign investment

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Author: Clymer, Kenton

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | United States and Southeast Asia authorClymer, KentonimprintIthaca: Cornell University Press, 2015.annotationThis volume chronicles the evolution of American-Burmese relations since the end of

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Author: Carey, Peter

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 24: The United States, China, and Southeast Asia since the Vietnam War | United States and Southeast Asia editorCarey, PeterimprintNew York: St. Martin's Press, 1997.annotationThe volume includes chapters on constitution making, foreign policy, minorities, and