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United States attitudes and policy toward China

the impact of American missionaries

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Published by M.E. Sharpe in Armonk, N.Y, London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementPatricia Neils, editor ; [contributions by] John C. Brewer ... [et al.].
SeriesStudies on modern China, An East Gate book
ContributionsNeils, Patricia, 1945-, Brewer, John C., United States International University. Asia Pacific Rim Institute.
The Physical Object
Pagination289p. ;
Number of Pages289
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22162622M
ISBN 100873326326

Circulation of information in China concerning civil defense measures dealing specifically with nuclear weapons was relatively limited during the Korean War period. Between and , the United States deployed nuclear weapons of greater power than the Hiroshima-type bomb, and the standard strategic bomb by the end of the Korean : Mark A. Ryan.   Chinese Perceptions of and Attitudes Towards the United States by Abe KrugerAccording to the International Futures Assessment Model, China and the United States are the two most powerful countries in the world. The United States may currently dominate in military power, quality of life, and per capita income, but the Chinese economy has been growing at a breakneck pace, with an average .

Chinese Attitudes Toward Nuclear Weapons: China and the United States During the Korean War. DOI link for Chinese Attitudes Toward Nuclear Weapons: China and the United States During the Korean War. Chinese Attitudes Toward Nuclear Weapons: China and the United States During the Korean War bookAuthor: Mark A. Ryan. PRINCETON NJ On the tenth anniversary of the Chinese military crackdown on pro-democracy protests in Tiananmen Square, American public opinion remains negative towards China. At the same time, there is sharp disagreement on whether or not China's internal human rights actions should be reflected in U.S.-China trade relations policy.

- The United States began constructing modern naval warships based on the specifications in Mahan's book. Incorrect Answer(s) - It was received as a scholarly work on British naval history, not a work that had any bearing on U.S. policy in the nineteenth century. "China represents and will remain the most significant competitor to the United States for decades to come. As such, the need for a more coherent U.S. response to increasing Chinese power is long.


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