Spreading Radical Propaganda:Chinese American Activism in the Early Cold War Years.pdf

This paper endeavors to explore what kind of Chinese American activism occurred in the 1950s. Focusing on two pro-PRC organizations, the Chinese Hand Laundry Alliance of New York (CHLA) and the Chinese American Democratic Youth League (CADYL), it
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Nevertheless, China facesan intemational order that is fundamentally different from those that PaSt rismg StateS COnfronted. The current intemational political system was est皿shed in Europe Centuries ago, eXtended to the rest of the world during the coIonial and imperial eras, and inherited by the United States afier Wbrld Whr II. The United States has seen itself as the global definder of freedom, democracy, )uStice and market forces. Using ltS enOrmOuS military and economic influence, the United States has established itself as the leading world power and created an institutionalized structure and system for intemational relations known as the intemational Order, Which is characterized by American hegemony and an emphasis 5 重ntroducdon  On Wtstern rules, nOrms, and inst皿tlOnS. The end of the Cold War reinforced the United States role as a slngle superpower in the world. Moreover,血e collapse of the Soviet Union solidified the cfedib叫of the American vision of intemational order. The rise of international actors that are not traditional stakeholders in the international political system established by the Westefn POWefS has called into question what this developmen亡will mean fof the future Of global pohi亡ics. A country’s economic strength underlines its pohitical and mihtary influence in in亡erna。onal rela。ons. china,s rise and its grOWlng network of trade relations and economic ties with the outside WOrld symbolized by “one Belt One Road,, are causlng numerous Changes in human’eCOnOr可pohical and mi地y lnteraction among COuntries in the global world. It is no doubt that china’s global strategywi11 affect u.s. relations with Ch王na and raise new challenges for Chinais neighborlng countries. What impact will Chlna’s rise have on the global As an emerglng POWer grows and expands’it has the impulse to make changes’intentiona11y or compulsively’tO the fules of the system that purportedly works agalnst its interests. The changes cha上lengethe exis廿ng lnternatlOnal order and trlgger a hegemonic transition. The united States has been the sole world supefPOWer fu almost 20 yearS Since亡he end of the Cold甑Tbda男chlna is cha11englng the international dominance of the Unrfed States even as it remains tobe seen precise⊥y how china wiⅡ fit among world players. How China wiH behave in the future both reglOnally and globally will be essentiaI POln亡in the overa肌n亡ernational discourse. will China overthrow the Vfestern-Centered international order and use its growlng influence to reshape the rules and institutions of the international system to better SerVe its interestsron the other hand, Can the United States maintain its dominant position as china rises? Th王s projeCt aims to foster constructive dialogues on pohtical,eCOnOmic’and cul〔ural cooperation in the Asia-Pacific reglOn. Its PurPOSe is to provlde a multiple perspective on confidence-buflding in the reglon, wi亡h a focus on china’s relations with its neighboring 6 htroducdon COuntries・ Par。cularly with the United States, Japan, Korean Peninsulaand Southeast Asian countries, Which are and will be the most criticalin determinmg the fate of the Asia-Pacific reglOn OVer血e next several decades. In the meantime, it expects to offer some ideas on how to Create a more constmctive and amicable relationship between亡he nations in the reglOn・ Tbday Asia-Paci丘c reglOn is playlng an increaslngly lmPOrtant rOle in the global economy, intema。onal securlty, and world’s collective efforts to advance human development. 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I am deeply grate餌to the leamed scholars’the con亡ributors of this volume who took valuable time to come to osaka to deliver lectures and discuss and debate majOr intemational issues with young students, the hope of tomorrow, tO PrOmOte intercultural dialogue and mutual understanding. Without their endeavor and assistance, this volume would have been impossible. Ⅹiaohua Ma hけOduc寄()n
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