Indeed, the question was very similar to The one proposed in history for the 2019 edition of the contest, so the same year.
Here are the correction to this history question: China and the world since 1949.
See the other corrected subject of history section S French baccalaureate 2019:
→ Correction: European governance since the Maastricht treaty
Title of the question
A classic mistake is to deal with China, on the one hand, and the world since 1949 on the other, in two parts.
It was absolutely necessary to study the relations between China and the world all along since 1949.
Boundaries of the question
Historical milestones: In 1949, the Communist Party led by Mao established the People’s Republic of China. The proclamation of the PRC was your starting point. You could place your final milestone at today, but we would have simply taken 2013: Xi Jinping president of China.
Spatial boundary markers: that is easier, since it is the terms of the topic: China and the world. So your terminals were the relationship between the Chinese territory and the world. You could go into the nuance to bring in the different territorial changes of China since 1949. But this could also be done in the development.
Plan and development
We propose a 2-part outline to cover this history topic.
I. Relations between China and the USSR (1946–1976)
A. The complicated beginnings of the PRC
B. The end of cordial relations with the USSR
C. Maoist ideology and its applications
II. The emergence of a world power (1976–2013)
A. Economic transformation and the advent of liberalism
B. The solidified communist political system
C. China as an indispensable partner in the world
Key dates in China-World relations since 1949
and 1950: Sino-Soviet friendship treaty
1950-53: China intervenes in the Korean War 1960: China and the USSR break up
1969: Violent border incidents with the USSR
1971: Sino-American rapprochement
1971: People’s China replaces Taiwan at the UN 1972: Richard Nixon visits Beijing
1992: Deng Xiao-Ping states that he wants to create a “socialist market economy”
1997: China recovers Hong Kong
2001: China joins the WTO
2008: Olympic Games in Beijing
2010: China, second economic power in the world 2013: Xi Jinping president of China
Without forgetting the domestic policy that greatly influenced China’s relations with the world:
1950: Elimination of large landowners and redistribution of land
1951: Mao occupies Tibet
1958-61: Period of the “Great Leap Forward
1951: Mao is removed from power after the failure of the Great Leap. 1961-64: Deng Xiao-Ping launches the ‘Chinese NEP
1966-69: Mao launches the “Cultural Revolution” to regain power in 1976: Death of Mao and Zhou Enlai (Prime Minister)
1978: Seizure of power by reformers led by Deng Xiao-Ping 1979: Start of economic reforms.
1984: Decollectivization of the countryside and end of the people’s communes 1989: Massacre of students in Tiananmen Square
1997: Death of Deng Xiao-Ping
Correction philosophy BAC 2019