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English Writings of Hu Shin 3: National Crisis and Public Diplomacy

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Author: Hu Shi;
Language: Chinese, English
Page: 255
Publication Date: 07/2012
ISBN: 9787513521574,7513521573
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The series of English Writings of Hu Shin collects English articles and English speeches written by Hu Shin from 1920s to early 1960s, most of which were published on influential English magazines and had great impact on the Chinese society then. According to subjects, the book is divided into three volumes as follows: Chinese Literature and Society, History of Chinese Philosophy and Thought, and National Crisis and Public Diplomacy, all of which are selected and compiled by Professor Zhou Zhiping, Columbia University. Articles in the English Writings of Hu Shin 3: National Crisis and Public Diplomacy are selected from literature of speeches written and made in 1912 to 1944. As Chinese Ambassador to the U.S., Hu Shin propagated the properties of Chinese Anti-war and its international significance to America and even the world, and strived for sympathy and support from America and international society to China.
Table of Contents
A Republic for China
1-5
Analysis of the Monarchical Restoration in China
6-10
Is There a Substitute for Force in International Relations?
11-21
Manufacturing the Will of the People
22-33
Reconstruction in China
34-42
The Pacific Changes Color
43-45
The Changing Balance of Forces in the Pacific
46-52
China's Chances of Survival
53-64
The Issues Behind the Far Eastern Conflict
65-73
The Westernization of China and Japan
74-82
To Have Not and Want to Have
83-92
What Can America Do in the Far East Situation
93-97
Japan's War in China
98-105
National Crisis and Student Life
106-110
The Far Eastern Situation
111-115
An Open Letter to the Guardian
116-118
The Meaning of October Tenth
119-122
The Present Situation in China
123-133
We Are Still Fighting
134-140
The Modernization of China and Japan
141-150
A New World Order Cometh!
151-159
China's Power of Resistance
160-167
Our Honorable Enemy
168-172
Factors Necessary for a Durable Peace in the Pacific Area: A Chinese View
173-181
Speech Before the Economic Club of New York
182-186
China's Fighting Strength and Fighting Faith
187-191
Peace Has to Be Enforced
192-201
China, Too, Is Fighting to Defend a Way of Life
202-214
To Win and Keep the Peace
215-224
Asia and the Universal WorLd Order
225-236
Foundations of Friendship Between the Chinese and the Americans
237-243
Maker of Modern China: The Story of Sun Yat-sen
244-255
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