kuomintang

  1. Nationalist China as the Third Superpower in the Cold War?

    As we all know, the Communists won the Civil War, and Chiang Kai-Shek and the Kuomintang fled to Taiwan. And from there on out Chiang's Republic of China was reliably pro-US in foreign policy. But then again, Taiwan didn't have much of a choice in that regard due to its small size. I think...
  2. Cold War divided China: Who gets to keep the UN seat?

    At the end of WW2, the Republic of China, alongside the US, the Soviet Union, Great Britain and France were made members of the UN Security Council. The Republic of China War then replaced by its predecessor, the People's Republic of China. But, had the Chinese Civil War ended in a stalemate...
  3. AHC: Communist India, Capitalist China

    The challenge is to come up with a scenario where roles are somewhat reversed: India becomes a communist state and a Soviet ally after WW2, while China becomes capitalist and a US ally. As you probably guessed, the aim is to bring the Cold War to Asia in earnest :) The rules: - POD can be as...
  4. AHC: Taiwan goes full pariah

    I'm thinking of a TL where Taiwan goes full pariah/extremist along Israel/North Korea levels, such as: continuing and supporting anti-PRC terrorism genocide and segregation of Taiwanese Aborigines testing of Nuclear weapons ...into the 2010s. Can this be achieved with a post-1945 POD? (NOTE...
  5. Soviet further West than OTL after WWII; what about Asia?

    Let's suppose Stalin manages to go further West than OTL (maybe the Rhine, Austria and bits of Jutland); how would the supplementary territory taken in Europe influe on the war in Asia? Would Japan surrender sooner, fearing to be invaded by the Soviet Union? Would Mao win sooner? Or will the...
  6. The Northern Expedition is a Failure

    The title is pretty self-explanatory, what if the Beiyang Government somehow found out about Kuomintang's plans for a Northern Expedition and crushed it prematurely. How would the Beiyang Government, now most likely the power in the remains of China react? Would various provinces break away from...
  7. Republic of China

    Nanjing Radio 14th September 2016 Good Morning Nanjing! Today it's 14th September 2016, Wednesday. Weather in Nanjing is sunny, there is a bit of smog but it's just fine and you can calmly breathe. One hundred and four years ago first Chinese president Yuan Shikai was assasinated by lone...
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