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Title China cross talk : the American debate over China policy since normalization : a reader / edited by Scott Kennedy
Published Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, [2003]
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Description xxxiv, 328 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: PART I: TOWARD FULL NORMALIZATION (1978-1983) -- -- 1. Switching Ties: Recognizing Reality? 3 -- Diplomatic Relations between the United States and the People's Republic of China, -- Address to the Notion -- Jimmy Carter -- Our Deal with Peking-All Cost, No Benefit -- George Bush -- Chinese Realities -- Charles W. Yost -- -- 2. Economic Normalization: Benefits and Dangers 13 -- Agreement on Trade Relations between the United States and the People's Republic of China -- Senate testimony by Henry M. Jackson, Adlai E Stevenson III, Warren Christopher, Cord Hansen-Sturm, -- Amy Young-Anawaty, and F A. Meister -- -- 3. Playing the China Card? 25 -- The New Era in East Asia -- House testimony by John H. Holdridge -- Misreading China -- David M. Lampton -- -- 4. Managing Taiwan 33 -- Statement on Relations with China and Taiwan -- Ronald Reagan -- United States-China Joint Communique on United States Arms Sales to Taiwan -- -- -- -- U.S. Policy toward China and Taiwan -- Senate testimony by Claiborne Pell, John Glenn, S. Hayakawa, and John H. Holdridge -- -- 5. Human Rights Strategies 43 -- Reconciling Human Rights and U.S. Security Interests in Asia -- House testimony by Robert Barnett, Andrew J. Nathan, and Kenneth Lieberthal -- -- PART II: THE GOLDEN YEARS (1984-1988) -- -- 6. A Growing Relationship 53 -- United States-China Relations -- House testimony by A. Doak Barnett, Donald Zagoria, and Gerald Solomon -- Toast at a Welcoming Banquet Hosted by Premier Zhao Ziyang of China in Beijing -- Ronald'Reagan -- The United States and China in the New Balance of Power -- Thomas W Robinson -- The China Connection -- A. James Gregor -- -- 7. The Benefits and Dangers of Nuclear Cooperation 75 -- Proposed Nuclear Cooperation Agreement with the People's Republic of China -- House testimony by Kenneth L Adelman -- Carrying Friendship Too Far -- Editors of The New Republic -- -- PART III: IN THE WAKE OF TIANANMEN (1989-1992) -- -- 8. The Initial Response to June 4 87 -- The President's News Conference -- George Bush -- Human Rights and Political Developments in China -- House testimony by Michel Oksenberg -- Sanctions or Subdued Relations: The International Response to the 1989 Massacre -- James D. Seymour -- The Caricature of Deng as a Tyrant Is Unfair -- Henry Kissinger -- Kissinger's Kowtow -- Stephen J. Solarz -- -- 9. The Missions 109 -- Misguided Mission -- Winston Lord -- United States Policy toward China -- House testimony by Lawrence S. Eagleburger -- -- -- -- 10. MFN: Creating Linkage 117 -- Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People's Republic of China -- House testimony by Nancy Pelosi and Richard Solomon -- Extending Most-Favored-Nation Status for China -- Senate testimony by Max Baucus, Morton Bohr, Holly J. Burkhalter, and Roger 6. Sullivan -- -- -- PART IV: TRYING A NEW CHINA STRATEGY (1993-1995) -- -- 11. MFN: To De-Link or Not De-Link? 135 -- Statement on Most-Favored-Nation Trade Status for China -- William J. Clinton -- Chinese Checkers -- Editors of The Nation -- How to Boost China's Free Market-and Punish the State -- Fang izhi andZhao Haiching -- The President's News Conference -- William J. Clinton -- MFN for Red China: A Tragic Mistake -- Senate floor remarks byJesse Helms -- -- 12. China's Bid for the 2000 Olympics 149 -- Don't Give Olympics to China -- Charles Graybow -- Beijing Deserves the 2000 Olympics -- Jonathan Kolatch -- -- 13. Dealing with a Stronger China 155 -- A Strong China: Is the United States Ready? -- Thomas L McNaugher -- The Growth and Role of the Chinese Military -- Senate testimony by Arthur Waldron -- Why We Must Contain China -- Charles Krauthammer -- -- -- PART V: MOUNTING WORRIES OVER CHINA (1996-2000) -- -- 14. Competing (and Cooperating) Strategies 171 -- Remarks to the Asia Socety and the United States-China Education Foundation Board -- William J. Clinton -- The Clinton-Jiang Summits: An American Perspective -- Harry Harding -- Dealing with a Resurgent China -- Ted Galen Carpenter -- -- -- -- Speak Plainly to the Paper Tiger -- GeraldSegal -- Challenges Facing the Next U.S. Ambassador to the People's Republic of China -- Senate testimony by Winston Lord -- The China Threat -- Bill Gertz -- -- 15. Assessing China's Military 201 -- China's Hollow Military -- Bates Gill and Michael O'Hanlon -- China's Military: A Second Opinion -- James lilley and Carl Ford -- -- 16. Taiwan: Between Reassurance and Deterrence 219 -- U.S.-Taiwan Relations -- House testimony by Susan L. Shirk -- The Administration's Position on Taiwan -- Senate floor remarks by Frank Murkowski -- Why Taiwan's Security Needs to Be Enhanced -- Stephen J. Yates -- The Taiwan Security Reduction Act -- DavidM. Lampton -- -- 17. Weapons In, Weapons Out 231 -- Chinese Takeout -- Henry Sokolski -- The Cox Report and the Threat from China -- Joseph irintione -- United States Policy Regarding the Export of Satellites to China -- House testimony by Gary Milhollin -- Don't Push China on Proliferation -- Phillip C. Saunders and Evan S. Medeiros -- -- 18. Permanent MFN: Trade and Human Rights 245 -- Giving the People's Republic of China Permanent MFN: Implications for U.S. Policy -- Senate testimony by Greg Mastel -- Permanent Normal Trade Relations for China -- Nicholas R. Lardy -- Complete and Utter Nonsense -- Thomas L. Friedman -- Statement against Granting China Permanent Most-Favored-Nation Status -- House floor remarks by David E Bonior -- -- 19. China Hands or China's Hands? 261 -- Chinatown -- John B. Judis -- Why Our China Policy? -- William E Buckley Jr. -- -- -- -- PART VI: CHINA: A STRATEGIC COMPETITOR? (2001) -- -- 20. Redefining the Relationship, Again 273 -- A Distinctly American Internationalism -- George W. Bush -- Remarks at Business Event -- Colin L Powell -- Looking to a Non-Ally in China -- Richard Fisher -- The Mixed Messages of the Bush-Jiang Meeting -- Susan L Shirk -- -- 21. The Plane Collision 283 -- U.S. Letter to Chinese Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan -- Joseph W Prueher -- Chinese Twins -- William Saletan -- U.S. Is Sorry-For Giving China MFN -- Letter to the editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch -- -- 22. China's Bid for the 2008 Olympics 289 -- Do Not Award China the 2008 Olympics -- Editors of the Detroit News -- Yes, Award Olympic Games to a Changing China -- David Shambaugh -- -- PART VII: CHINESE REACTIONS TO THE AMERICAN DEBATE -- -- 23. Debating China Policy in the United States: -- A Chinese Perspective 295 -- Wu Xinbo -- -- 24. The American Debate over China Policy: A Chinese View 301 -- Zhu Feng
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 309-314) and index
Subject United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-1993 -- Sources.
China -- Foreign relations -- United States -- Sources.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989 -- Sources.
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989- -- Sources.
United States -- Foreign relations -- China -- Sources.
Author Kennedy, Scott, 1967-
LC no. 2002012833
ISBN 0742517853 cloth alkaline paper
0742517861 paperback alkaline paper