A. G. LARIN. TWO PRESIDENTS, OR TAIWAN'S PATH TO DEMOCRACY
Moscow: Academia Publ., 2000, 199 p. (c) 2002 The author examines the political biographies of two presidents of the Republic of China (KR), which is not recognized by the world community, but exists de facto in Taiwan-Jiang Jinggui and Li Denghui - against the background of the history of Russian-Chinese relations and compares the radical transformations of the last decades of the last century in Taiwan and in the USSR/Of Russia. The book is based on a wide range of literary sources, mainly Chinese, as well as archival materials and eyewitness accounts, and contains a lot of information previously unknown to Russian readers, even specialists. The biography of Chiang Kai-shek's son Jiang Jingguo, to whom most of the book is devoted, impresses with the abundance of dramatic episodes, the range of roles that the era forced him to play. In the 1920s, he was a student at the University of St. Petersburg. Sun Yat-sen, who trains cadres for the revolutionary struggle in China, is an ardent adherent of the world revolution, who publicly disowned his father after he carried out an anti-communist coup in 1927. In the 1930s, he was deputy editor-in-chief (pseudonym Elizarov) of the large-circulation newspaper Za Tyazheloe Mashinostroenie at Uralmash in Sverdlovsk, a member of the CPSU(b), a soldier of the ideological front, a happy husband and father, a cheerful character who lives under the hood of security agencies. In 1937, only slightly affected by the first wave of the campaign of mass repression, he managed to return to China. During the period of glasnost and perestroika, several essays on Jiang Jingguo's life in the USSR appeared in our press, but his further fate was only mentioned in passing. For the first time in Russian literature, A. G. Larin traced the entire life path of this outstanding political figure, finding in his biography a lot of interesting things for the Russian reader. For example, Jiang Jingguo, released to his homeland by the decision of the Polit ... Read more
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