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Title After the Cold War : domestic factors and U.S.-China relations / Robert S. Ross, editor.

Published Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, [1998]
©1998

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  327.73051 AFTE    AVAILABLE
Physical description xiv, 194 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Studies on contemporary China.
Studies on contemporary China.
Notes "An East Gate book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. The Strategic and Bilateral Context of Policy-Making in China and the United States: Why Domestic Factors Matter / Robert S. Ross -- 2. Public Opinion and Interest Groups in the Making of U.S.-China Policy / Steven M. Teles -- 3. Domestic Politics and the U.S.-China-Taiwan Triangle: The 1995-96 Taiwan Strait Conflict and Its Aftermath / Robert G. Sutter -- 4. U.S.-China Economic Relations / Marcus Noland -- 5. The United States and China: Management of Economic Conflict / Barry Naughton.
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. Since the many conflicting interests do not involve strategic imperatives, policy debates can flourish and domestic politics can influence policy making.-- 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. For China, factors include the economic system, trade policies, and human rights issues. For the United States, the importance of domestic and foreign economic policies and the impact of domestic constituencies on policy toward China.-- 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.
Other author Ross, Robert S., 1954-
Subject Public opinion -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- China.
China -- Foreign relations -- United States.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-
United States -- Politics and government -- 1989-
United States -- Foreign relations -- China -- Public opinion.
China -- Foreign relations -- United States -- Public opinion.
ISBN 0765602911 (c : alk. paper)
076560292X (p : alk. paper)