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    In 1912, the Qing `Dynasty ended and there was a power vacuum in China. The Nationalist Party became the leading power, but by 1917, communism was on the rise and the Communist Party of China became a prominent influence on politics in China (“The Qing Dynasty”, Wu). Instead of debating with governmental discussions, the military eventually entered into the conflict. The Kuomintang leaders Sun Yat-sen and Chiang Kai-shek fought for a democratic Republic of China. Mao Zedong, head of the Communist Party, believed in Soviet Communistic ideals. Communism was favored by the lower, the proletariat (Durdin). When emperor Pu Yi lost power and the Qing dynasty collapsed, the Nationalist Party stepped in and ruled the Republic of China. When the Communist…

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    1.0 Introduction Communism was one of the various ideological trends in the 20th century. Communism is a social, political, and economic doctrine that the goal to build communist society, which is aiming to replace private property to all the production are owned in common. With the developed by capitalism and the development of the industrial revolution, the proletariat is growing. The proletariat is on the stage of political history, under the guidance of Marx, the socialist movement is…

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    Douglas Valentine, author of The Strength of the Wolf: The Secret History of America’s War on Drugs, documented how the U.S. government began blocking high level drug trafficking investigations before Harry Anslinger even took office with the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN). Ralph Oyler, a top federal narcotics detective, traveled to China in 1926 to pursue a major heroin trafficking organization, but the U.S. War Department and State Department interfered with his investigation. They did so…

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    The impact of the Sino-Japanese war on the Chinese State’s economy was completely negative,because, the war, severely harmed China’s modernization efforts. At the same time, the Chinese government encouraged both foreign and domestic investment into the economy, invested in heavy industries, promoted internal unity, intervened in the private sector to prevent its collapse and pursued policies that lead to the rapid development of cities and towns throughout the country. Not to mention…

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    After the Xian incident, the Nationalist party and the CCP formed a second United Front against Japan. Mao knew that this was a best chance to expand his forces while Chiang was too busy for fighting against Japan. Mao said, “Our fixed policy should be 70 percent expansion, 20 percent dealing with the Kuomintang, and 10 percent resisting Japan.” At the same time, Chiang still did not trust the CCP. He sent his best troops to blockade the Communist area. In other words, Chiang would fight a…

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    Taiwan China Relations

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    To enforce this, the United States intervened through its Marshall Mission. The goal of the operation: to unite the KMT and CCP under one government, ruled by KMT. Long story short, the plan failed, the civil war between the two persisted, and the CCP eventually got the upper hand. The Marshall Mission was understood to be a huge loss for the United States, because it had essentially lost China to communism, what America would consider, “the ‘fall’ of mainland China to communism.”…

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    Introduction On January 16, 2016, Taiwan elected its first female president, Tsai Ing-wen. After winning a landslide victory against the incumbent party, Kuomintang and their candidate Eric Chu, Tsai Ing-Wen became only the second candidate from the DPP to win the presidency in Taiwan. The DPP also had a successful victory in the legislative elections, the Yuan, where the KMT lost its majority for the first time in Taiwanese history. The large victory of the DPP and its candidate Tsai Ing-Wen is…

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    Yuan Shikai was a man of great intellect in a different way that most people saw back in that time period and culture. Although he could not pass the examinations, he was blessed with other talents such as leading men into battle and also leading the country of China as the first president. This is why he is an interesting character study because he influenced China in many ways. He served in the army and was promoted up to one of the most prestigious positions and how the opportunity to become…

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    Chinese Communism Summary

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    Nehemiah Walls Oct. 14, 2016 History 395 The Arising of Feminist China through Communism Traditional versus unconventional, which school of thought would win in China, and why would one even take this thought into consideration? To understand the personal plights and woman to continue in the advancements of society as a whole and Chinese communist understood that reality. In contrast, the Nationalist of China only focused of the unification and expelling of foreign influences from China and…

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    China Threat Analysis

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    Does China represent a threat or opportunity to Australia? Discuss in relation to trade and security The rise of China has sparked renewed public and political interest in Australia’s foreign policy. As an engine of the world economy, China has elevated Australia’s trade market and has influenced Australia’s economic stability through the export demands of China and its bilateral agreements. Additionally, Australia’s involvement with China impacts its security environment. This essay will…

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