Bevin Alexander - History - 1992 - 245 pages
This book provides an analysis of American intervention in China from World War II to the rapprochement Richard Nixon began in 1972. One of the major themes of the work is that ...
Ruth Tenzer Feldman - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2004 - 88 pages
Chronicles the events which drew the United States into the Korean War and explains how it lead to the Cold War struggle between the Communist Soviet Union and the United States.
Patrick Tyler - History - 2007 - 512 pages
Hailed as "absorbing" by the New York Times and "suspense-filled" by Foreign Affairs, Patrick Tyler's A Great Wall became an instant classic; a must-read for anyone concerned ...
Patrick C. Roe - History - 2000 - 466 pages
One June 25, 1950, a massive surprise North Korean invasion sent Allied forces reeling back to a last-ditch defensive perimeter around the far-southern port city Pusan.
Chi Wang - History - 2013 - 218 pages
The author traces the ways in which the two countries have managed the blend of common and competitive interests in their economic and strategic relationships; the shifting ...