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China's Changing Japan Policy in the Late 1960s and Early 1970s and the Impact on Relations with the United States

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For years, in studying postwar Sino-Japanese relations, particularly the normalization of bilateral relations, most scholars focused more on Japan's policy-making or the U.S. role than on Chinese diplomacy. Actually, in most of the Cold War period, China held a key posture in dealing with the Japan problem, whether its offensives succeeded or suffered setbacks, confronting the United States and later the Soviet Union and regaining China's central position in East Asia and even the world. As a rising great power, China exerted increasing influence on the postwar international order. And Japan policy constituted an indispensable part


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