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United States Department of State / Foreign relations of the United States, 1952-1954. China and Japan (in two parts)
(1952-1954)

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                                CONTENTS
   Page
PREFACE...........................................................................................................................
 III
LIST OF UNPUBLISHED SOURCES....................................................................................
 VII
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS........................................................................
 XIII
LIST OF PERSONS.............................................................................................................
 XVII
                                PART 1
THE CHINA AREA:
  U.S. policy with regard to the People's Republic of China and the Republic
      of China; U.S. relations with the Republic of China:
    I.  January-December 1952: Review       of U.S. policy with regard to
        Taiwan and assistance to Chinese Nationalist forces; diplomatic
        efforts on behalf of U.S. nationals imprisoned in China; U.S. efforts
to
        tighten multilateral restrictions on trade with the People's Republic
        of China .......................................................
          1
    II. January-November 1953: Change of directive to the Seventh Fleet;
        commitment by the Republic of China to consult the United States
        prior to any major offensive operations against the Chinese main-
        land; U.S. concern with the defense of the Chinese offshore islands;
        U.S. efforts to maintain multilateral restrictions on trade with
the
        People's Republic of China; review of U.S. policy with regard to
the
        People's Republic of China and the Republic of China ..........................
 125
    III. December 1953-August 1954: Discussions at the Geneva Conference
        with representatives of the People's Republic of China concerning
        U.S. nationals in China and Chinese nationals in the United States;
        U.S. concern with the defense of the Chinese offshore islands; ship
        and plane incidents in the China area; consideration of a mutual
        security treaty between the United States and the Republic of
        China................................................................................................................
 338
    IV. September-December 1954: U.S. concern with the problem        of
the
        Chinese offshore islands and interest in obtaining a cease-fire in
the
        area; negotiation of a mutual security treaty with the Republic of
        China; review of aspects of U.S. policy with regard to the People's
        Republic of China and the Republic of China; U.S. response to the
        imprisonment of eleven American airmen in the People's Republic
        of China .......................................................
        555
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