The Making of China's Peace with Japan : What Xi Jinping Should Learn from Zhou Enlai.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Singapore : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (305 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789811040085Subject(s): Asia-Politics and governmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Making of China's Peace with Japan : What Xi Jinping Should Learn from Zhou EnlaiDDC classification: 327.51052 LOC classification: JA1-92Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Intro -- The Making of China's Peace with Japan -- Notes on the Text -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- List of Abbreviations -- 1 Introduction -- Literature Review -- Literature in Chinese -- Literature in English -- Literature in Japanese -- Scope of This Book -- Notes -- 2 Chinese Diplomatic Overtures toward Japan and Zhou Enlai -- Zhou Enlai's "Five Principles for Peace" -- Zhou's Diplomatic Overtures toward Japan -- The Truth about the Renunciation of War Reparations from Chiang Kai-shek -- Zhou's "Divide and Conquer" Tactics -- Zhou Invites Japanese Conservative Parliamentarians -- Zhou Welcomes Japanese Leftist Politicians -- "Principle of Separation of Politics and Economics" -- Zhou's Right-Hand Man for Operations vis-à-vis Japan -- The First Post-1949 Japanese Delegation to Beijing -- Repatriation of Japanese Left Behind in China -- First Sino-Japanese Private Trade Agreement -- The Beijing Agreement of March 1953 -- Second Sino-Japanese Private Trade Agreement -- The Tianjin Agreement of June 1956 -- Zhou and Japanese War Criminals -- Japanese Orphans Left Behind in China -- Formation of the Hatoyama Cabinet -- The Third Sino-Japanese Private Trade Agreement -- Formation of the Ishibashi Cabinet -- Formation of the Kishi Cabinet -- The Fourth Sino-Japanese Private Trade Agreement -- The Nagasaki Chinese Flag Incident -- Three Political Principles Concerning Sino-Japanese Relations -- Notes -- 3 Establishing Semi-Official Sino-Japanese Economic Relations -- Zhou Enlai Meets Takasaki Tatsunosuke -- The Air India Kashmir Princess Incident -- Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs Opposes Japan's Participation in the Asian-African Conference -- Ten-Point Declaration on Promotion of World Peace and Cooperation -- Zhou Invites Takasaki to Visit China -- First Zhou-Takasaki Meeting -- Japanese MOFA Sabotages Second Zhou-Takasaki Meeting.
Hiatus in Sino-Japanese Relations -- Zhou Invites Matsumura Kenzō to China -- Formation of the Ikeda Cabinet -- Takasaki Visits China -- Zhou Sends Chess Mission to Japan -- Signing of the Memorandum Concerning Sino-Japanese Long-Term Comprehensive Trade -- Zhou Sends Orchid Mission to Japan -- Watanabe Yaeji Reveals the Secret Deal -- The Ikeda Cabinet's "Principle of Separation of Politics and Economics" -- Death of Takasaki Tatsunosuke -- Establishment of Permanent Liaison Offices -- Creation of the China-Japan Friendship Association -- Zhou Receives Japanese Friendship Missions -- The Taiwan Issue -- Formation of the Satō Cabinet -- Changing Tide -- Notes -- 4 Cultural Revolution and Zhou Enlai -- Persecution of Zhou's Close Colleagues -- The Art of Survival -- Zhou Enlai's "Pet Project" -- Zhou Enlai Protects the Children of his Classmates -- Zhou Adopts Children of his Colleagues -- Zhou Protects Zhang Xueliang's Younger Brothers -- Zhou Enlai Protects Puyi and Pujie's Japanese Family -- The Purge of Liao Chengzhi -- "Unpersonification" of LT Trade -- House Arrest of Liao Chengzhi -- Liao's Mother, He Xiangning -- Purge of Other Officials in Zhou's Japan Team -- Purge of Sun Pinghua -- Zhou Receives Japanese Delegations -- Rehabilitation of Liao Chengzhi -- Liao Makes a Public Appearance -- Zhou Demands Liao's Rehabilitation -- Zhou and Liao Meet Chairman Mao -- Rehabilitation of Sun Pinghua -- Notes -- 5 Ping-Pong Diplomacy -- Situation in Japanese Table Tennis Circles -- The Situation in Chinese Table Tennis Circles -- Impediment to China's Participation in Nagoya World's -- The "Two Chinas" Issue and International Table Tennis Circles -- Gotō Invites China to Nagoya World's -- Japan-China Cultural Exchange Association and Gotō -- China's Position -- ITTF's Position -- Gotō Makes His Decision -- Gotō Makes His Decision Public.
Repercussions of Gotō's Decision -- Opposition from the Japanese Government -- Opposition from Japanese Right-Wing Groups -- Opposition from Sports Associations -- Opposition from Abroad -- Gotō Prepares for His Trip to Beijing -- China Prepares for Gotō's Visit to Beijing -- Gotō Arrives in Beijing -- Meetings Between CTTA and JTTA -- First Meeting: January 27 -- Second Meeting: January 28 -- Third Meeting: January 29 -- Zhou Enlai Intervenes -- Gotō Meets Premier Zhou -- Signing of the Outline -- Aftermath -- TTFA Rejects Gotō's Motion to Expel Taiwan -- Notes -- 6 Secret Negotiations for Sino-Japanese Diplomatic Normalization -- Zhou's "People's Diplomacy" toward Japan -- The Issue of China's Representation at the United Nations -- Zhou Grabs Momentum -- Shanghai Ballet Mission to Japan -- Japan's Response to Zhou's Diplomatic Overtures -- Zhou Enlai and Fujiyama Aiichirō -- Second Zhou-Fujiyama Meeting -- The Nixon Announcement Shakes the World -- Third Zhou-Fujiyama Meeting -- Fourth Zhou-Fujiyama Meeting -- Groundwork for Tanaka's Visit to China -- "Takeiri Notes" -- Tanaka Kakuei Visits China -- The "Meiwaku" Incident -- Tanaka-Zhou Summit Talks -- Zhou Enlai and the Termination of the State of War -- Zhou Enlai Renounces China's War Reparations -- Zhou Shelves Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands Dispute -- Conversation between Tanaka and Zhou -- Signing of the Joint Communiqué -- Abrogation of the Japan-ROC Peace Treaty -- Notes -- 7 Secret Negotiations for Sino-Japanese Peace and Friendship Treaty -- Zhou's Meeting with Nakasone Yasuhiro -- China-Japan Friendship Association Mission to Japan -- Fall of Prime Minister Tanaka Kakuei -- Sino-Japanese Civil Aviation Agreement -- "Hegemony Clause" -- Zhou's Failing Health -- Zhou's Last Meeting with a Japanese -- Death of Zhou Enlai -- First Japanese Who Saw Zhou Enlai After His Death.
Aftermath of the Death of Zhou Enlai -- Resumption of Negotiations for Sino-Japanese Peace and Friendship Treaty -- Signing of the Sino-Japanese Peace and Friendship Treaty -- Deng Xiaoping Visits Japan -- Deng Xiaoping and the Territorial Dispute over the Senkaku Islands -- Deng Xiaoping Meets Emperor Hirohito -- Creation of a Memorial Stone of Zhou's Poem, "Arashiyama in the Rain" -- Zhou's Widow, Deng Yingchao, Visits Japan -- Deng Yingchao Meets Matsumoto Kamejirō's "Grandsons" -- Notes -- 8 "History Issues" and Zhou Enlai -- Prime Minister Koizumi and the Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue -- "Joint Enshrinement of the 14 Class-A War Criminals" -- Prime Minister Nakasone's Visits to Yasukuni Shrine -- Chinese Internal Power Struggle and the Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue -- President Jiang Zemin and the Anti-Japanese Campaign -- President Jiang Zemin Visits Japan -- Prime Minister Koizumi Visits Yasukuni Shrine -- Prime Minister Koizumi's Second Visit to Yasukuni Shrine -- Prime Minister Koizumi's Third Visit to Yasukuni Shrine -- The Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue and Zhou Enlai -- Zhou Enlai Visited Yasukuni Shrine -- Emperor Hirohito and the Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue -- Imperial Household Agency Conceals Hirohito's True "Heart" -- Bereaved Families of Class-A War Criminals and the Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue -- Prime Minister Koizumi's Fourth Visit to the Yasukuni Shrine and Massive Anti-Japanese Demonstrations in China -- Prime Minister Koizumi's Fifth and Sixth Visits to Yasukuni Shrine -- President Hu Jintao and the Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue -- Hu Jintao's Visits to Japan -- Plan for Alternative National Memorial Facility for the War Dead -- Prime Minister Abe Shinzō and the Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue -- Prime Minister Abe and the "Comfort Women" Issue -- Prime Minister Fukuda Yasuo and the Yasukuni Shrine Visit Issue.
Prime Minister Asō Tarō and Sino-Japanese Relations -- Prime Minister Hatoyama Yukio and Sino-Japanese Relations -- Formation of the Second Abe Cabinet -- Prime Minister Abe Visits Yasukuni Shrine -- Notes -- 9 Senkaku (Diaoyu) Islands Dispute -- Historical Background -- Japanese Settlement on the Senkaku Islands -- The Origin of the Territorial Dispute -- Signing of the "Okinawa Reversion Agreement" -- Actual Okinawa Reversion -- Nixon Obscures US Commitment to the Senkaku Islands -- Zhou Enlai and the Territorial Dispute -- Deng Xiaoping and the Territorial Dispute -- The Age of New International Law of the Sea -- Escalating Tension -- Senkaku Boat Collision Incident -- Defacement of Zhou Enlai's Poem Stone in Arashiyama, Kyoto -- Japanese Position on the Territorial Dispute -- Chinese Position on the Territorial Dispute -- A Declassified Document on the Dispute -- Tokyo Governor Ishihara's Move to Purchase the Senkaku Islands -- Nationalization of the Senkaku Islands -- Escalation of Chinese "Offensive" -- US Response -- Chinese Coral Poaching in Ogasawara Islands -- Increasing Chinese Maritime Patrol -- Informal Agreement on the Dispute -- Chinese Construction of New Military Facilities and Global Maritime Strategy -- Assessment -- Toward a Solution -- Conclusion -- Notes -- 10 Conclusion -- Abe-Xi Summit Meeting -- "Four Items of Common Ground" -- The Actual Abe-Xi Summit Meeting -- China Watchers' Views -- Legacy of Zhou Enlai and Sino-Japanese Relations -- Zhou Enlai's Leniency toward the Japanese -- Toward Settlement of the "History Issues" -- Prime Minister Abe and "History Issues" -- Ongoing "Comfort Women" Issue -- Japan-South Korean Accord on the "Comfort Women" Issue -- "Denial of History" -- Misguided Patriotism -- The Truth about the Nanking Massacre -- Overall Assessment of "History Issues".
Toward Peaceful Settlement of the Senkaku Islands Dispute.
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