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In June 1954 Chou En-lai and Jawaharlal Nehru published the Five Principles of Peaceful CoExistence. The following year, 1955- the year of Bandung, of the Austrian State Treaty, of the Geneva Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, and of the initiation of ambassadorial talks between the United States and the People's Republic of China- seemed particularly propitious. However, it was a false dawn. By 1958 the international climate had again become harsher. In east Asia the situation was sombre, with heightened tensions between the United States and Red China in the Strait of Taiwan.
Yoshida had, of course, wanted to leave the lines to Peking open, but little movement could be expected under his premiership after he had steered through the treaties which tied Japan officially to the Nationalist government and to the alliance with the United States. His successor in 1954, Hatoyama Ichiro, was expected to take a new line, partly because of his bitter political and personal animosity towards Yoshida. After his first cabinet meeting he said that he was not worried about American anxieties about his interest in trade with the Soviet Union and People's China.
The President referred to the treaty obligations of his country to the Republic of China which the United States would uphold. ' (The Department of State Bulletin, vol. LXI, no. 1590, 15 Dec 1969, p. ) 2 China Issues after Twenty Years: 1971 THE three cyclical periods in Sino-Japanese relations after 1952 have a certain similarity at first sight. Each began at a time when relations between mainland China and Japan were minimal and the Chinese Communists were expressing hostility towards the government in Tokyo.