Comparative table – Development of the countries of East and South Asia in the second half of XX – early XXI century (Japan, China, India)
July 29, 2020
|The name of the country
||The situation in the XX century .
||The most famous political figures
||Important political events
||Emperor Akihito , Prime Minister D. Koizumi
||Defeat in In World War II, the loss of the colonies; 1947 – new pacifist liberal constitution; 1951 – San Francisco Peace Treaty; 1955 – coming to power of the Liberal Democratic Party; 2001-2006 – economic and political reforms
||Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping
||1946-1949 – Civil War; 1949 – the proclamation of the People’s Republic of China; 1966-1976 – “cultural revolution”; 1978 – the beginning of economic reforms; 1989 – Student demonstrations in Tiananmen Square; 2009 – China became the second economy in the world after the USA
||Colony of Great Britain before 1947
||D. Nehru, I. Gandhi, M. Singh
||1947 – Indian Independence Law ( divided into India and Pakistan); 1950 – adoption of the constitution, declaration of the republic; 1974 – testing of nuclear weapons; 1991 – the beginning of economic reforms aimed at developing a market economy
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