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Title After engagement : dilemmas in US-China security relations / edited by Jacques deLisle, Avery Goldstein..
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Brookings Institution Press, [2021]


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Note Includes index.
Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on April 30, 2021).
Subject United States -- Foreign relations -- China.
China -- Foreign relations -- United States.
National security -- United States.
National security -- China.
United States.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Front Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Information -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Rivalry and Security in a New Era for US-China Relations -- Assessing the Dangers of Conflict: The Sources and Consequences of Deepening US-China Competition -- China's Contribution to the US-China Security Dilemma -- An Ideological Contest in US-China Relations? Assessing China's Defense of Autocracy -- Stormy Seas: The South China Sea in US-China Relations -- Japan and US-China Strategic Competition: In from the Beginning -- No Space to Hedge: US-China Competition and Its Impact on Korea
The Taiwan Issue in US-China Relations: Sliding into a Security Dilemma? -- US-China Relations and Chinese Military Modernization -- Globalized Innovation and Great Power Competition: The US-China Tech Clash -- China's Belt and Road Initiative -- Contributor -- Index -- Back Cover
Summary "U.S. policy toward China is at an inflection point. For more than a generation, since the 1970s, a near-consensus view in the United States supported engagement with China, with the aim of integrating China into the U.S.-led international order. By the latter part of the 2010s, that consensus had collapsed as a much more powerful and increasingly assertive China was seen as a strategic rival to the United States. How the two countries tackle issues affecting the most important bilateral relationship in the world will significantly shape overall international relations for years to come. In this timely book, leading scholars of U.S.-China relations and China's foreign policy address recent changes in American assessments of China's capabilities and intentions and consider potential risks to international security, the significance of a shifting international distribution of power, problems of misperception, and the risk of conflicts. China's military modernization, its advancing technology, and its Belt and Road Initiative, as well as regional concerns, such as the South China Sea disputes, relations with Japan, and tensions on the Korean Peninsula, receive special focus"-- Provided by publisher.
Other Author deLisle, Jacques, 1961- editor.
Goldstein, Avery, 1954- editor.
Other Title Print version: 0815738358 9780815738350