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The China fallacy : how the U.S. can benefit from China's rise and avoid another Cold War

Author: Donald Gross
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"American critics who deeply fear a "China threat" have unduly influenced government policy. "China hawks" believe China intends to push the United States out of Asia and dominate the world. Protectionists argue that China threatens American jobs and prosperity. This authoritative work examines why and how the U.S. should stabilize and improve its relations with China. It first assesses the threat posed by China,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Donald Gross
ISBN: 9781441147899 1441147896 9781441100832 1441100830
OCLC Number: 808495443
Description: 295 p. : map ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction : the unfulfilled promise of U.S.-China relations --
The real military balance --
Rapprochement and a stable peace --
China's economic juggernaut --
Democracy and human rights --
The "soft power" of China's foreign policy --
Getting it right : a new framework for U.S.-China relations --
Realizing Japan's foreign policy goals --
Achieving Korean reunification --
Conclusion : the China fallacy.
Responsibility: Donald Gross.

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After assessing the shortcomings of U.S. policy, the book outlines measures that would lead to a stable peace and a new paradigm for U.S.-China relations.  Read more...

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This thrilling and thought-provoking volume by Gross (senior associate, Pacific Forum, Center for Strategic and International Studies) seeks to challenge the conventional wisdom underlying current Read more...

 
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