The international relations of the Chinese Empire.

by Hosea Ballou Morse

Publisher: Printed by Hazell, Watson & Viney] in [London

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Opium trade -- China,
  • China -- Foreign relations,
  • China -- Politics and government.,
  • China -- History.
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LC ClassificationsDS740.4 M6 1917
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Open LibraryOL20065961M

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Claiming a Mandate of Heaven to unify and govern the whole known world or tianxia (all under heaven), the China Order dominated Eastern Eurasia as a world empire for more than two millennia, until the late nineteenth century. Sincethe People’s Republic of China has been a reincarnated Qin-Han polity without the traditional China Order.

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Written by some of the foremost scholars in the field of China studies, this book focuses on the work of Wang Gungwu - one of the most influential scholars writing on international relations - including topics such as empire, nation-state, nationalism.