China-Japan Relations After World War Two: An Antonian Perspective

Dr Amy King

China-Japan Relations After World War Two: An Antonian Perspective

12 July 2016

Dr Amy King (DPhil International Relations, 2014) has published her first book China-Japan Relations after World War Two: Empire, Industry and War, 1949-1971 (Cambridge 2016). The work is described as a rich empirical account of China's foreign economic policy towards Japan, drawing on hundreds of recently declassified Chinese sources. 

China-Japan Relations after World War Two

  • Proposes a new understanding of non-Western models of economic development
  • Examines China's policy towards Japan during the Cold War, drawing on hundreds of previously unseen Chinese archival documents
  • Contributes to our understanding of China's rising power and the ongoing priority placed on its economic development