The rise of a non-democratic China as the world ‘s second largest economy, still officially subscribing to Communism or ‘Socialism with Chinese characteristics’ as its ideology1, has raised the spectre of the return of the Cold War to Asia with the United States and China on opposing sides, with China backed by Russia, its former Cold War ally. But to what extent are there historical parallels between the Cold War and the current East Asian international relations system?
Asian Studies | International Relations | Political Science
Cold War History
Taylor and Francis
TANG, James T. H..(2014). Has the Cold War returned to East Asia?. Cold War History, 14(4), 647-656.
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