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Title: The Sino-Soviet Conference, 1924-1927
Authors: Tang Qihua
Contributors: 政大歷史系
Date: 2007-12
Issue Date: 2010-09-21 13:19:50 (UTC+8)
Abstract: Soviet Union issued two declarations toward China in 1919 and 1920, promising to nullify all treaty privileges in China previously established by the Tsarist government voluntarily. However, in the formal negotiations Karakhan insisted that old treaties must be replaced by new treaty. Finally, Sino-Soviet Agreement, literarily "Agreement on General Principles for the Settlement of Outstanding Questions", signed in May 1924 and diplomatic relations restored at once, a conference was stipulated to meet within one month to solve all questions and to conclude a formal treaty. Nevertheless, the conference was postponed for more than a year; when it did convene too many controversies led it to nowhere. Since no treaty was produced at the Sino-Soviet Conference, the old treaties were not abolished, therefore the Soviet’s promises were never practiced.
Relation: Journal of Modern Chinese History, 1(2), 195-218
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