A View on the Political Trend of the Second KMT-CPC Cooperation From “Chongqing Negotiation”

Jin WANG

Abstract


After the success of Anti-Japanese war, China faced the threats of “civil war, dictatorship and splitting”. KMT and CPC conducted Chongqing Negotiation to establish a coalition government to lead the post-war political development. However, due to KMT’s political strategy of civil war, it attempted to wipe out CPC while negotiating. In response to KMT’s civil war strategy, CPC adopted the political strategy of fighting a war while negotiating, and striving for the intermediary powers to counter it. Finally, the results achieved in Chongqing Negotiation were submerged in the full-blown civil war between KMT and CPC.


Keywords


Chongqing Negotiation; KMT-CPC cooperation; Political trend

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7152

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