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The policy of the United States in the early days of the Republic of China warlords

Author WangBing
Tutor LiPeng
School Heilongjiang University
Course World History
Keywords U.S. policy Chinese warlord Interests and needs International competition
CLC K712.5
Type Master's thesis
Year 2010
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The early Republic , U.S. policy still around to expand the \With the political changes in China and the powers of World War I led to the change of the strength , the United States is turning into a competition for China's interests in the initiative with other powers to carve up China policy , the United States intended to safeguard China's unity and complete, the maximum expansion of its commercial interests in China . Therefore , a control in China to foster global agent is an important means of implementing China policy in the United States , the U.S. policy of Chinese warlords this objective , the United States has chosen to support Yuan Shikai , foster immediate opposition Manchurian win over Bong the series against the Chinese revolution , is out of the overall interests of China . The Chinese warlords use of far more than its actual help .

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