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|Other Titles: ||The background of the Sino-Soviet treaty in 1950|
|Authors: ||蔡回育;Tsai, Whei Yee|
|Keywords: ||中蘇條約;Sino-Soviet treaty;1950|
|Issue Date: ||2012-06-21 06:53:07 (UTC+8)|
To recover the root of the study of this paper mainly for the 1950 Sino-Soviet treaty negotiations and results of content, including signing the background, the new Chinese diplomatic trip and after contract negotiations. The so-called 1950 the Soviet Union signed the "Sino-Soviet Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance Treaty, the Chinese Nationalist Party government in 1945 with the Soviet government signed the" Sino-Soviet Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and including the Chinese Changchun Railway, Port Arthur and Dalian the Agreement.
The late World War II, the Soviet Union is eager to determine the strategic objectives of the post-war in the Far East︰Outer Mongolia from the Chinese territory independent to form a broad zone of security, recovery during the Tsarist Russia in northeast China''s sphere of influence to ensure that the Soviet Union in the Pacificthe sea and ice-free. Stalin (Joseph Stalin) through February 8, 1945 meeting with Roosevelt and Yalta agreements, which the above objectives of the United States guarantee.
Stalin reign, the Soviet government in the international diplomatic negotiations has always been uncompromising. Negotiations like Moscow, Su in the spring and summer of 1939 England and France, the Soviet-German negotiations in the autumn of 1939, the spring of 1941, the Soviet-Japanese negotiations, Su Meiying the Three Heads of Government Yalta talks in the spring of 1945, the 1945 summer and fall of the Soviet Union and China negotiations are negotiations each other, including Hitler, Roosevelt, Chiang Kai-shek, to the Soviet Union made a great concession, which makes the negotiated agreement, otherwise only fruit and scattered. But in 1950 the People''s Republic of China and the Soviet Socialist Republics, signed at Moscow on the Sino-Soviet Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance Treaty, the result of Stalin the first time to make major concessions; the Soviet Union also experienced in the negotiation of the treaty long all the difficulties and setbacks.
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