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Foreign Office Files for China

One of the latest digital resources produced by Adam Matthew Digital Ltd, Foreign Office Files for China was sourced from The National Archives at Kew. Published in three sections (1949–56; 1957–66; 1967–80) over 2009–2010, this collection is the most comprehensive set of British Foreign Office/Foreign and Commonwealth Office documents on China available in digital and print forms.

The Cold War’s Odd Couple: The Unintended Partnership beween the Republic of China and the UK, 1950–58

Historians of the Asian Cold War have often focused on the interactions between the United States and Communist China, treating the United Kingdom (UK) and the Republic of China (ROC) as secondary players eager to manipulate and restrain their respective friends and foes. In The Cold War’s Odd Couple, Steve Tsang has re-examined the historyContinue reading “The Cold War’s Odd Couple: The Unintended Partnership beween the Republic of China and the UK, 1950–58”