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The United States and China in Power Transition (Enlarged Edition) By David Lai, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College
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The most profound change the United States and China have experienced in their relations in the past 30 years is perhaps the onset of an apparent power transition between the two nations. This... More > potentially titanic change was set in motion as a result of China’s genuine and phenomenal economic development, and its impact on the United States and the U.S.-led international system has been growing steadily. This perceived power transition process will continue to be a defining factor in the U.S.-China relations during the next 30 years. As China’s economic, political, cultural, and military influences continue to grow globally, what kind of a global power will China become? What kind of a relationship will China develop with the United States? How does the United States maintain its leadership in world affairs and develop a working relationship with China so that China can join hands with the United States to shape the world in constructive ways?< Less
China Bound By Joe Cote
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Canadian broadcaster Joe Cote, former host of CBC Radio's Metro Morning, experiences a year teaching English at a university in China, while negotiating the culture and quirks of an emerging world... More > power.< Less
China Bound By Joe Cote
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Canadian broadcaster Joe Cote, former host of CBC Radio's Metro Morning, experiences a year teaching English at a university in China, while negotiating the culture and quirks of an emerging world... More > power.< Less
China Mirror By Will Boyd
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"China Mirror" is a book about the vision that is increasingly more important as China rises to power. It is an explanation of the cultural attitudes toward history, family, and traditions... More > that form the basis of the Chinese worldview, and gives the “grand narrative” through which the West can understand China. Reading this book will help Westerners to understand China's imperialistic mentality, appreciate it for the good that it has done in the world, and inspire peace in the midst of the inevitable conflicts that will arise as China regains her political and economic importance.< Less
Women in China By Farrukh Khan
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Women in the People’s Republic of China have come a long way since the days when China was a feudal society based on the Confucius doctrine of the pre 1949 revolution age. Confucianism placed... More > women at a lower level in the society as compared to men and the society placed spatial prohibitions, segregations, seclusions and the binding of the feet on the female gender, requiring that they bow before the wishes of the men in their household. The revolution of 1949 finally brought to power a regime that has slowly but surely transformed the Chinese society, while working against great odds including an enormous population in a vastly spread out country which had limited resources to look after its people. This essay takes a look at the position of women in present day China.< Less
Women in China By Farrukh Khan
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Women in the People’s Republic of China have come a long way since the days when China was a feudal society based on the Confucius doctrine of the pre 1949 revolution age. Confucianism placed... More > women at a lower level in the society as compared to men and the society placed spatial prohibitions, segregations, seclusions and the binding of the feet on the female gender, requiring that they bow before the wishes of the men in their household. The revolution of 1949 finally brought to power a regime that has slowly but surely transformed the Chinese society, while working against great odds including an enormous population in a vastly spread out country which had limited resources to look after its people. This essay takes a look at the position of women in present day China.< Less
String Of Pearls: Meeting The Challenge Of China’s Rising Power Across The Asian Littoral By Christopher J. Pehrson, Strategic Studies Institute
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China’s rising maritime power is encountering American maritime power along the sea lines of communication (SLOCs) that connect China to vital energy resources in the Middle East and Africa.... More > The “String of Pearls” describes the manifestation of China’s rising geopolitical influence through efforts to increase access to ports and airfields, develop special diplomatic relationships, and modernize military forces that extend from the South China Sea through the Strait of Malacca, across the Indian Ocean, and on to the Arabian Gulf. A question posed by the “String of Pearls” is the uncertainty of whether China’s growing influence is in accordance with Beijing’s stated policy of “peaceful development,” or if China one day will make a bid for regional primacy. This is a complex strategic situation that could determine the future direction of China’s relationship with the United States, as well as China’s relationship with neighbors throughout the region.< Less
China’s Growing Military Power: Perspectives On Security, Ballistic Missiles, And Conventional Capabilities By Andrew Scobell, Larry M. Wortzel
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The tenor of U.S.-China relations for much of the first year of the administration of President George W. Bush was set by a crisis that need not have occurred. How the situation was handled and... More > eventually resolved is instructive. It tells us about a beleaguered communist leadership in the buildup to major generational transition (scheduled for late 2002 and early 2003) and the mettle of a democratically elected U.S. government tested early in its tenure by a series of foreign policy crises and a carefully coordinated set of devastating terrorist strikes against the continental United States. The way the April 2001 crisis on Hainan Island was resolved must be chalked up as a success for the United States. the key was Washington’s ability to convince Beijing that holding the air crew was hurting, and not advancing, Chinese interests.< Less
The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 29. China Travel Guide By Tony Kelbrat
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China is a huge country, the third largest in the world, bigger than the United States. Look at it on a map. It's virtually all of northern Asia. Beijing is in the North, Shanghai is further south... More > and Hong Kong is in the deep south. It's an old country with a lot of history. Outside of the cities, much of the country does not have a modern infrastructure. Chinese has almost 1.5 billion people and a glut of males since they were favored during the one-child-only era and girls were routinely aborted or killed by the parents shortly after birth so as a result, many men will not find wives. Every region has its own customs. The biggest tourist attraction is probably the Great Wall. Hong Kong and Macau operate as "one country, two systems." They're freer than mainland China. Departing passengers pay a domestic departure tax. China is still a police state but this rarely affects foreigners. They just harass their own citizens. Try #915.113 at the library.< Less
China: Military Power of the People's Republic of China Report Volume 1 Strategic Information and Weapon System By Int'l Business Publications USA
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China: Military Power of the People's Republic of China Report Volume 1 Strategic Information and Weapon System