On Sino-Soviet Cultural Association and the Second KMT-CPC Cooperation

Na JIANG

Abstract


During the anti-Japanese war, “allying with Soviet” was the most important international relation and “cooperating with Chinese Communist Party” was the most important domestic political relation to Chinese national government and Kuomintang. Taking into account the special relationship between Soviet Union and Chinese Communist Party, the two were interrelated, inter-influenced and promoted each other. Sino-Soviet Cultural Association not only played a positive role in Sino-Soviet diplomacy, but also had a significant impact in promoting the legal status of CPC, Wannan Incident, Chongqing Negotiation and other sensitive issues concerning the establishment of second KMT-CPC cooperation in the critical period.


Keywords


Sino-Soviet cultural association; Ally with Soviet Union; Second KMT-CPC cooperation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7654

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