CHINA: NOT BY BREAD ALONE
- This Time China Is Ours to Lose. // Defense Monitor;1999, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p1
Focuses on issues that influence the United States' foreign policy towards China. Human rights; Transfer of satellite, communications, missile and computer technology; Chinese technological aid to Middle East countries and to Pakistan; Persistent US trade deficit with China.
- Shifting gears on China. Kennedy, Scott; O'Hanlon, Michael // Brookings Review;Fall95, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p49
Focuses on relations between the United States and China. China's economic condition; Need for cooperative interaction between the two countries; Need for changes in China's foreign policy.
- Bowing to Beijing. Waldron, Arthur // Commentary;Sep98, Vol. 106 Issue 3, p15
Opinion. Argues about the United States' policy in China. Information on the impact of the US policy on Taiwan; How American President Bill Clinton feels about the US Chinese policy; Reference to the Taiwan Relations Act; What governed the US policy; Relationship between the US and China.
- China -- the big picture. // Christian Science Monitor;7/11/95, Vol. 87 Issue 157, p20
Editorial. Advises the US Government on the tactics it should use in its talks and negotiations with China, over a host of international issues. Incentives it should offer to China in order to attain its goal of achieving global security in terms of economy, environment and defense.
- Wanted: a sensible American China policy. Tucker, Nancy Bernkopf // Christian Science Monitor;7/18/95, Vol. 87 Issue 162, p19
Focuses on the tensions in US-China relations. China's misunderstandings about the Washington's plans; Situations and incidents that lead to tensions in US-china relations; Need for US to pay attention to China and to bring about cooperation between the two countries.
- Stage set for Clinton-China one-on-one. Platt, Kevin // Christian Science Monitor;11/22/96, Vol. 88 Issue 251, p1
States that the groundwork for a November 24, 1996 summit in Manila, between the Chinese and the American presidents have been laid by Secretary of State Warren Christopher's meetings in Beijing during the week of November 18, 1996. Expectations of the summit; Senior American and Chinese...
- The US and China: A new consensus. Nunn, Sam; Oksenberg, Michael // Christian Science Monitor;11/22/96, Vol. 88 Issue 251, p18
Focuses on the consensus between the United States and China. Detailed information on consensus; Terms of consensus; Reference to the relationship between both countries.
- US-China copyright rift: Easing? Erlich, Reese // Christian Science Monitor;11/25/96, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p8
Reports on the meeting held in China with United States President Bill Clinton and Chinese President Jiang Zemin in discussing issues causing controversy between the two countries. Issues causing controversy; Information on the agreement signed involving international intellectual property...
- Clinton puts a smile on China's face. Platt, Kevin // Christian Science Monitor;11/29/96, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p1
Reports that the United States and China strengthen ties with each other during a summit in Manila in November 1996. Factors which caused tension between the two nations; Examination of some of the issues that were discussed during the summit.