Chine : les balbutiements de l'histoire

Abstract : [China: History in its Infancy] - Totally manipulated in the height of the totalitarian period, the history of Chinese communism in power generally remains controlled despite political changes that have occurred. The multiplication of testimonials and biographies has nevertheless considerably improved knowledge of the past. The facts brought to light do not alter the main scenarios, but complement and have gradually modified our perception of them. This perception is progressively entering the private and family realm, a shift that echoes social changes, but also the interests of the authorities.
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Jean-Luc Domenach. Chine : les balbutiements de l'histoire. Critique Internationale, Presses de sciences po, 2004, pp.81-103. ⟨hal-01020126⟩

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