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|Material Type:||Juvenile audience|
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|ISBN:||9780737747652 073774765X 9780737747669 0737747668|
|Description:||214 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Chapter 1. What is the status of human rights and democracy in China? --
China is not moving toward democracy / Ying Ma --
China is moving toward democracy / Henry S. Rowen --
China must be convinced of the benefits of democracy / Arthur Kroeber --
China is committed to human rights / Ming Wan --
China abuses human rights / Amnesty International --
Human rights must be the most important issue between the United States and China / Wei Jingsheng --
Chapter 2. How is China handling its economic challenges? --
The global recession did not weaken China's economy / Jeff Nielson --
The global recession weakened China's economy / Nouriel Roubini --
Free trade with China benefits both China and the United States / James A. Dorn --
Free trade with China benefits China but hurts the United States / James Parks --
Trade imbalances are dangerous for both the United States and China / Peter Navarro --
China must do more to combat intellectual property piracy / U. S. Chamber of Commerce --
Business must combat Chinese intellectual property piracy / David Wolf --
Chinese intellectual property piracy cannot be avoided / Henry Blodget --
Chapter 3. Is China's military a threat? --
China's military buildup is a threat to U.S. interests / John J. Tkacik Jr. --
China's military buildup is not a threat to legitimate U.S. interests / Doug Bandow --
China can aid nuclear nonproliferation / Xiaohui (Anne) Wu --
China is behind the North Korean threat / Anne Applebaum --
China can help confront the North Korean threat / Martin Malin and Hui Zhang --
China remains a threat to Taiwan / J. Michael Cole --
China-Taiwan relations are improving / Clifford Coonan --
Chapter 4. Is China protecting the environment? --
China's air pollution is improving / Tini Tran --
China must do more to address air pollution / Juli S. Kim --
China is addressing climate change / Steven Hayward --
China must do more on climate change / Bruce Stokes.
|Series Title:||Opposing viewpoints series (Unnumbered)|
|Responsibility:||Noah Berlatsky, book editor.|
- Human rights -- China.
- Environmental protection -- China.
- China -- Military policy.
- China -- Foreign relations.
- China -- Economic conditions.
- China -- Environmental conditions.
- China -- Politics and government.
- China -- Politics and goverment.
- Military policy -- China.
- Environmental policy -- China.
- Economic history.
- Environmental protection.
- Human rights.
- International relations.
- Military policy.
- Political science.