An Unsentimental China Policy

Publisher Foreign Policy
Author Graham Allison and Fred Hu
Summary Since Nixon’s first trip to China half a century ago, engagement with China has been a bi-partisan policy. But since China became a competing economic power as well as becoming more aggressive abroad, leaders in both parties have declared engagement a failure. The authors suggest that it works best when US policy focuses realistically on geopolitical objectives essential to protect American interests, and worst when attempting to engage in political engineering to promote American values.
Excerpt The Case for Putting Vital Interests First.
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Publish Date Februay 18, 2021
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