Information Regimes During the Cold War in East Asia

Information Regimes During the Cold War in East Asia

Taylor & Francis Ltd






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Part One: Diplomacy, Public Diplomacy, and Espionage 1. Behind the Curtains: How Soviet Intelligence Masters and Japanese Journalists Brought About Soviet-Japan Diplomatic Normalization-Without the Return of the Northern Territories 2. Saving China, Losing China: The Transformation of a Prewar to Cold War Information Regime 3. Piecing Together the "Broken Dialogue": Ambassador Douglas MacArthur and the Controversy over Professor Edwin O. Reischauer's Foreign Affairs Article Part Two: Knowledge Networks and Scholarship 4. Kyosei Renko (Forced Mobilization): Pak Kyong-sik and Zainichi Identity as Inspired by North Korea 5. The Effect of Chinese Communism on an Australian in British Malaya, 1950-1971: Escaping Ideology by Nearly "Going Native" Part Three: Ideologies, Religion, and Culture 6. Catholicism and the Cold War in Japan 7. The Cold War as Gestalt for North Korea as a Diplomatic Subject 8. The Club of Rome in East Asia: U.S.-Led Population-Control Information Regimes and Waging the Cold War in the Far East
China;Fake News;Catholicism;Reischauer;KGB;Japan;Korea;CommIntern;CIA;Propaganda;Disinformation;Zainichi;statecraft;information regimes;East Asia;cold war