1 edition of Chinas arrival found in the catalog.
September 2009.Includes bibliographical references.Also available via the Internet.Print reproduction. Ft. Belvoir, VA : Defense Technical Information Center, 2009. 28 cm. ADA506645.
|Statement||Center for a New American Security|
|Publishers||Center for a New American Security|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
|Introduction : the strategic environment of U.S.-Sino relations / Nirav Patel The need for power : implications of Chinese energy security and climate change policies for Sino-American relations / Joshua W. Busby Chinas two-ocean strategy / Robert D. Kaplan The Sino-American nuclear balance : its future and implications / Linton Brooks Understanding Chinas evolving role in global security challenges / Richard Weitz Asian regionalism and the future of U.S. strategic engagement with China / G. John Ikenberry Power and norms in U.S. Asia strategy : constructing an ideational architecture to encourage Chinas peaceful rise / Michael J. Green and Daniel Twining 21st century strategy with 19th century institutions : the challenge of bureaucracies in the U.S.-China relationship / Lindsey Ford Chinas arrival : a framework for a global relationship / Abraham M. Denmark.|
It has been a little over 30 years since the Carter administration established official diplomatic relations with China. Critical to this move was Nixons visit to China, which paved the way for one of the most important diplomatic engagements of the modern era. The monumental process of opening up to China continues to this day and is wrought with many challenges. However, the breadth and depth of the relationship continues to grow and will be critical to addressing a plethora of Asian and global issues ranging from climate change and energy security to proliferation and the current global economic crisis. ... This volume presents an integrated and comprehensive approach to varied elements of the U.S.-China relationship--political, military, diplomatic, and economic--that is critical to ensure these interconnected elements are reinforcing, and not undercutting, U.S. strategic interests.--P. 15-16. File Size: 3MB.
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