After the Cold War: Domestic Factors and U.S.-China Relations: Domestic Factors and U.S.-China Relations

1st Edition

R.J. Ross

Routledge
Published July 31, 1998
Reference - 208 Pages
ISBN 9780765602923 - CAT# Y181206

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Summary

As relations between the United States and China move into a period of intense activity and sensitivity, this timely book addresses the impact of domestic factors in both countries on their post-Cold War/post-Tiananmen relations. The contributors examine the issue from a number of distinct perspectives: the increased impact of domestic factors in both countries due to changing strategic circumstances; the politics of China policy in the United States, with emphasis on the role of interest groups vis-a-vis Congress, the media, and other domestic institutions; the importance of domestic factors in U.S.-China economic conflicts; the combined impact of domestic factors in both China and the United States on the most important conflict of interest in U.S.-China relations -- the Taiwan issue.

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