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THE CHINESE WORLD ORDER : Traditional China's Foreign Relations (Harvard East Asian Series, 32) by John K. Fairbank (Editor & Contributor) - First Edition, First Thus - 1968 - from 100 POCKETS and Biblio.com

THE CHINESE WORLD ORDER : Traditional China's Foreign Relations (Harvard East Asian Series, 32)

by John K. Fairbank (Editor & Contributor)

Condition: NEAR FINE - COLLECTIBLE/Very Good


Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ Press, 1968. Text/BRAND NEW & Bright. First Edition, First Thus. Beige linen boards/Fine. DJ/VG; intact w/closed tears to spine & surface losses to spine & lower back. 1968 Edition; published w/o ISBN number. Pre-20th century Chinese intellectual & institutional history. Examination of the philosophical foundations and execution of the China's sinocentric tributary system governing its foreign relations. Sinologist draw from China's formal histories & literature as well as documentation from tributary states such as Korea, Vietnam, and Japan. 416 pgs, 14 chapters: 1, A Preliminary Frame Work (John K. Fairbank); 2, Historical Notes on the Chinese World Order (Lien-sheng Yang); 3, Early Ming Relations with Southeast Asia: A Background Essay (Wang Gungwu); 4, The Ch'ing Trubute System (Mark Mancall); 5, Sino-Korean Tributary Relations in the Ch'ing Period (Hae-jong Chun); 6, The Ryukyu (Liu-ch'iu) Islands as a Fief of Satusma (Robert K. Sakai); 7, Investiture of Liu-ch'iu Kings in the Ch'ing Period (Ta-tuan Ch'en); 8, Intervention versus Tribute in Sino-Vietnamese Relations, 1788-1790 (Truong Buu Lam)' 9, China's Relations with Inner-Asian: The Hsiung-nu, Tibet (Chusei Suzuki); 10, The Origins of the Manchus' Mongolian Policy (David M. Farqyhar); 11, China & Central Asia, 1368-1884 (Joseph F. Fletcher); 12, Ch'ing Relations with the Dutch (John E. Willis, Jr.); 13, The Early Treaty System in the Chinese World Order (John K. Fairbank); and 14, The Chinese Perception of World Order, Past & Present (Bejamin I. Schwartz), followed by Glossary.. First Edition, First Thus. Hard Cover. NEAR FINE - COLLECTIBLE/Very Good. First Edition, First Thus.
  • Bookseller: 100 POCKETS US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 019247
  • Title: THE CHINESE WORLD ORDER : Traditional China's Foreign Relations (Harvard East Asian Series, 32)
  • Author: John K. Fairbank (Editor & Contributor)
  • Format/binding: Hardcover
  • Book condition: Used - NEAR FINE - COLLECTIBLE
  • Jacket condition: Very Good
  • Edition: First Edition, First Thus
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Harvard Univ Press
  • Place: Cambridge, MA
  • Date published: 1968
  • Keywords: History/Anthology/Ancient Chinese History//Tributary System
  • Bookseller catalogs: International Relations; Philosophy;


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