a) To establish formal diplomatic relations with a greater number of African countries; 18 African countries still have relations with Nationalist China
, against only 14 so far in relations with Peking.
Using this framework Xu shows how various Chinese leaders from different periods (the end of Qing dynasty; the early republic, nationalist China
, civil war, Maoist period, post-Mao reforms) recognized and used sport for national and international purposes.
Between Assimilation and Independence: The Taiwanese Encounter Nationalist China
Not only has Nationalist China
been replaced by Communist China, and the Soviet Union by its Russian core, but nations outside of that inner circle have grown in size and influence.
is one such government that has attempted such tactics for nearly a century.
However, Nationalist China
was collapsing rapidly, and the truce headquarters had to be withdrawn from Peiping.
Additionally, during the same period, the United States made significant quantities of F-47s available via MDAP to France, Portugal, Italy, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Iran and Nationalist China
The Japanese government has been saying that there is only 'one China,' but we are simply using the words employed by both Communist China and Nationalist China
,'' the prime minister said.
On January 19, 1950, General Vasilev stormed out of the Military Staff Committee, ostensibly because he found it intolerable that a representative of Nationalist China
(Taiwan) was seated on the same committee.
Furthermore, in the eyes of British officials, relations between Britain and Nationalist China
were overshadowed by the threat of a direct clash over Tibet and Hong Kong, and the possibility of friction over the future of China's southwestern neighbors.