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Meeting China halfway : how to defuse the emerging US-China rivalry / Lyle J. Goldstein.

By: Goldstein, Lyle.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: HIST E 2015 651387Publication: Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, c2015Description: vi, 389 p.ISBN: 9781626161603 (alk. paper); 1626161607 (alk. paper); 9781626161627; 1626161623.Subject(s): United States -- Foreign relations -- China | China -- Foreign relations -- United States | United States -- Military relations -- China | China -- Military relations -- United States | United States -- Foreign economic relations -- China | China -- Foreign economic relations -- United States
Contents:
Introduction -- Bad blood : the legacy of history for US-China relations -- Imagine : the Taiwan question and US-China relations -- Mutually assured dependence : economic aspects of US-China relations -- Toxic embrace : the environment and US-China relations -- South-south "pivot" : the developing world and US-China relations -- Persian spring : the Middle East and US-China relations -- Bipolarity reconsidered : the Korean peninsula and US-China relations -- Lodestone : Japan and US-China relations -- The new Fulda gap : Southeast Asia and US-China relations -- Alter ego : India and US-China relations -- Conclusion : rebalancing the rebalance : mitigating tendencies toward strategic rivalry in US-China relations.
List(s) this item appears in: New Books 2015-08 (Foreign)
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction -- Bad blood : the legacy of history for US-China relations -- Imagine : the Taiwan question and US-China relations -- Mutually assured dependence : economic aspects of US-China relations -- Toxic embrace : the environment and US-China relations -- South-south "pivot" : the developing world and US-China relations -- Persian spring : the Middle East and US-China relations -- Bipolarity reconsidered : the Korean peninsula and US-China relations -- Lodestone : Japan and US-China relations -- The new Fulda gap : Southeast Asia and US-China relations -- Alter ego : India and US-China relations -- Conclusion : rebalancing the rebalance : mitigating tendencies toward strategic rivalry in US-China relations.

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