09.28.2011 (Cold War)

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09/28/2011 Korea, China, and the Superpowers I: Introduction—The Cold War Expands Division of China will create problems in Asia, and what message does this send to other  parts of Asia that were colonial holdings. The major European powers, up until 1935,  possessed very large territorial empires in Asia and Africa and there was growing  expectancy for them to grant the colonies independence. Due to the devastation after  WWII, this led to major decolonization. What kind of gov’t will these places have and  what model will they look toward? They need to understand that there is an American  path and Russia path, but US path is closely linked to the four colonial powers, but they  hoped that decolonization will lead to transfer of power to political forces that would  like to keep political ties with the West.  II: The Korean Problem Pivotal in the expansion of the Cold War and how it plays out. Korea has a long history of an  independent kingdom and trying to find its place in wedge between China and Japan.  • 1894-1895: Sino-Japanese War • Japanese Occupation, and Withdrawal (Korea found its independence gradually  eclipsed first by China, then after the Japanese invasion of power, made Korea a colony. 
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course HISTORY 3434 taught by Professor Granieri during the Fall '11 term at Temple.

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