Sino-American Relations: Challenges Ahead

Sino-American Relations: Challenges Ahead

By: Yufan Hao (editor)Hardback

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More than thirty years have passed since the normalization of Sino-American relations in 1979. The United States and China are becoming more interdependent economically, yet at the same time, significant movement and improvements in Sino-American relations are constrained by major economic, security, political and other differences between the two countries. This volume analyzes current problems and issues in Sino-American relations in the context of regional and global strategic patterns and their historical development in the last thirty years. These problems and issues such as the international financial crisis, development of global reserve currencies, regional conflicts and competition for international domination have significant impacts on both world powers, and important implications to the world economy and politics.

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Professor, Yufan Hao, Dean, University of Macau, China


Contents: Introduction, Hao Yufan; Part I Past and Future: Relations in need better management: reflections on Sino-American relations during the past three decades, Niu Jun; From scientific tourism to global partnership (?): 30 years of Sino-American relations in science and technology, Richard P. Suttmeier; Dealing with the US congress: Beijing's learning curve, Yang Jian. Part II Strategic Perspectives: A changing Sino-American relationship in a changing world, Jin Canrong; China's rise and Sino-American relations, Wang Jianwei; The elusive progress: Sino-American military relations, Deng Yong. Part III Shared Governance: Bilateral dialogue mechanisms and Sino-American relations, Chu Shulong; China-US-Russia trilateral relations and the restructuring of the global order, Feng Shaolei; The political economy of the Sino-American relationship: impacts of the global financial crisis, Hao Yufan and Bi Jianhai. Part IV The Challenges Ahead: Political orientation and American attitudes to China, Peter Hays Gries and H. Michael Crowson; US foreign policy under Obama, Michael Roskin; China and Obama: what lies ahead?, Lowell Dittmer; Values and human rights in Sino-American relations, Wan Ming; Obama's election: its implications for Sino-American relations, Jia Qingguo; Index.

Product Details

  • publication date: 28/10/2010
  • ISBN13: 9781409407973
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 272
  • ID: 9781409407973
  • weight: 638
  • ISBN10: 1409407977

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