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The Fourth Policeman: Reconsidering FDR's Vision for China's Postwar Role

The Fourth Policeman: Reconsidering FDR's Vision for China's Postwar Role

At the core of his plan for a postwar international organization, US President Franklin Roosevelt envisioned four great powers (the Unites States, the Soviet Union, Great Britain, and China) that would work together to keep the peace. But why did FDR include China in this group, and how did its inclusion fit into his broader scheme for the postwar world? Reconsidering FDR's vision of China as the 'fourth policeman' of the postwar internat

 School of Modern Languages & Cultures

 12th October, 2017

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