The ever-accelerating transformation of the People's Republic of China (Prc) in the years since the era of Mao Zedong, particularly in its economic and military growth, has been nothing short of remarkable. Developments over the last quarter-century-effectively since the tragedy of Tiananmen Square and the collapse of the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact alliance-have been more so still. The relationship of this increasingly robust and growing power to the established global community is a complex one, and no thornier aspect of that relationship can be found than the uneasy interplay among the Prc, Taiwan, and the countries that deal with both. For years, professional "China watchers" scoured publications, broadcasts, and other bits of evidence for clues to what was happening within the Prc, its leadership ranks, its stance toward neighbors and the world around it, and its intentions, particularly toward Taiwan.
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Book Description lulu.com, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 426 pages. 8.90x5.83x1.26 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk1304084531