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Making China Policy : Lessons from the Bush and Clinton Administrations :  Lessons from the Bush and Clinton Administrations - Ramon H. Myers

Making China Policy : Lessons from the Bush and Clinton Administrations

Lessons from the Bush and Clinton Administrations

By: Ramon H. Myers (Editor), Michel C. Oksenberg (Editor), David Shambaugh (Editor), Richard C. Bush (Contribution by), Kerry Dumbaugh (Contribution by)

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This thoughtful volume is the first to evaluate comprehensively the formation and execution of U.S. policy toward China and Taiwan during the crucial twelve years of the Bush and Clinton administrations. Drawing on an unprecedented array of sources, a group of leading international experts explores the increasingly complex environment facing policymakers in the wake of the tragic events of Tiananmen, particularly the growing role played by interest group lobbies, the media, and Congress. Offering novel interpretations based on pathbreaking research, this book will be indispensable for all those interested in understanding the intricacies that influence the delicate relationship between the United States, China, and Taiwan. Visit our website for sample chapters!

...very useful and provides an excellent introduction to the many forces that during the 1990s shaped America's policy towards the PRC. China Quarterly The essays, by recognized specialists, are of uniformly high quality and provide valuable analyses of Washington's China policy during these years of dizzying change. In relatively short discussions, the authors provide excellent summaries of the major developments in Sino-American relations during this period and sophisticated insights into the policy process that produced them. ...a fine volume that provides an excellent overview of the course of America's China policy from 1989-2000 and of the various forces that sought to shape it... Pacific Affairs This conference volume is valuable both for American and Chinese policy-makers and for those who hope to understand how Washington wound up with such a shifting, problematical relationship with China. It also implicitly offers important advice to the present administration. The China Journal The essays, by recognized specialists, are of uniformly high quality and provide valuable analyses of Washington's China policy during these years of dizzying change. In relatively short discussions, the authors provide excellent summaries of the major developments in Sino-American relations during this period and sophisticated insights into the policy process that produced them. ...a fine volume that provides an excellent overview of the course of America's China policy from 1989-2000 and of the various forces that sought to shape it. Pacific Affairs

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Introduction: The Legacy of U.S. China Policy, 1989-2000p. 1
China Policy Making in the Executive Branch
The Bush Administration: The Origins of Engagementp. 21
The Clinton Years: The Problem of Coherencep. 45
The Role of the U.S. Congress in China Policy Making
The U.S. Congress: Personal, Partisan, Politicalp. 79
Interest Groups: Growing Influencep. 113
NGOs Involved in Aspects of U.S. Policy toward Chinap. 149
Pertinent NGO Datap. 173
The Taiwan Factor
Taiwan Policy Making since Tiananmen: Navigating through Shifting Watersp. 179
Congress and Taiwan: Understanding the Bondp. 201
External Influences on U.S. China Policy
The European Union: A Separate Voicep. 223
The Asia-Pacific Nations: Searching for Leveragep. 241
A Chinese Account: The Interaction of Policiesp. 269
Indexp. 297
About the Contributorsp. 311
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ISBN: 9780742509634
ISBN-10: 074250963X
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 324
Published: January 2002
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.6 x 16.0  x 2.9
Weight (kg): 0.65