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Sino-Soviet Negotiation in 1945 and Intervention of the United States

  • 중앙사론
  • 2009, (29), pp.205-242
  • Publisher : Institute for Historical Studies at Chung-Ang University
  • Research Area : Humanities > History

정형아 1

1제주대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin decided the secret agreement about participation in the Pacific war at Yalta. This paper considered the intervention of the United States about the Sino-Soviet Negotiation based on that agreement. The United States intend to put an end to the Pacific war as soon as possible through Soviet Army󰡑s participation, and the Soviet Union wanted to acquire some privileges in Manchuria. They talked the details about this at Yalta, but kept secret to Chiang Kai-Shek until June 15. The United States urged Chinese Government negotiate with Stalin in Moscow, therefore T. V. Soong who was representative of Chinese Government had conferences with Stalin. The nature of the conference was informed to the United States by Ambassador to the Soviet Union Harriman every time finished the conference. the United States Government took a policy of noninvolvement in the Sino-Soviet Negotiation, during the First round of the Moscow talks. But when the Soviet Union demanded some right in Dairen that would be threat the open-door policy, the United States intervened and called upon the soviet Union not to put inordinate demands. We can understand this attitude of the United States was on the basis of the profit of their own country.

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