Sino-American Relations: Mutual Paranoia

Sino-American Relations: Mutual Paranoia

by R. Sinha


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Presenting a trenchant critique of America's political culture and its China policy, Radha Sinha explains the reasons for the mismatch between professed American values and the practice of statecraft by the American power elite. He examines the ways in which their relentless search for enemies has led the United States to violate the norms of international law at will, thus causing increasing disenchantment sometimes bordering on hatred.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780333751145
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 06/10/2003
Edition description: 2003
Pages: 255
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.03(d)

About the Author

RADHA SINHA has written extensively on Asian economies, particularly China, India and Japan, and has worked as a consultant for the F.A.O. and the Commonwealth Secretariat. However, he prides himself most for being a teacher for over half a century - teaching in India, the United Kingdom and Japan.

Table of Contents

Why Does America Need Enemies? America's Discovery: The Globalization of Trade and of Misery Enemies Become Strategic Partners Clinton and Bush: Contrasts in World View China as an Economic Threat Human Rights: A Tool of Diplomacy China as a Security Threat Conclusion

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