U. S. Policy Toward China

U. S. Policy Toward China

by Charles P. Cozic

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Gr 10 UpThis collection of 14 articles, drawn primarily from periodicals but also from such sources as Congressional testimony, focuses mainly on "...whether U.S. policy should stress human rights or economic engagement with China." Many selections were written in anticipation of President Clinton's 1994 decision regarding the renewal of most-favored-nation trading status with China. Other articles discuss the safeguarding of American intellectual-property rights and the rising military threat from China. Timely and thought-provoking, these writings could, for the most part, be accessed by such tools as InfoTrac and Reader's Guide; convenience for report writers and debaters is the key here. The bibliography contains an extensive listing of current books and periodical articles. Also appended is a valuable annotated list of organizations to contact.Diane S. Marton, Arlington County Library, VA

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