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Warren Cohen... [is] the leading historian of Sino-American relations of his generation. This book has much to offer both newcomers to its subject as well as those who have been studying relations between these two countries nearly as long as its author.(American Diplomacy)
A fresh new look at the history of United States diplomacy towards China.... The subject will never be the same again.(John King Fairbank American Political Science Review)
Careful, well-documented.(Political Science Quarterly)
Lucid and concise... a model of its kind, thoughtful, even-tempered, and extremely well-written.(Pacific Historical Review)
Provocative and perceptive.(China Quarterly)
A venerable work.(Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom The Daily Beast)
Warren I. Cohen is Distinguished University Professor Emeritus in the Department of History at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
I guess I already knew a lot of the information presented in this book. Still an interesting read. I liked it.Published on December 1, 2011 by sequoiamv
The Cohen book is the only piece of literature written on US-Sino relations since 1840. Being that it is the sole book that covers US-Sino relations, it is horribly dense and very... Read morePublished on March 4, 2008 by Kevin Martin
I thought this book was good. I disagree with the other customer review.
I enjoyed it. Clinton was very strong.