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Foreign Policy Research Institute

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Cristina Matei

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Foreign Policy Research Institute

Foreign Policy Research Institute Mission Statement Devoted to “bringing the insights of scholarship to bear on the development of policies that advance U.S. national interests.” Founded in 1955 by Robert Strausz- Hupe
Run by 82 affiliated scholars
Conduct research on pressing foreign issues
Publishes Orbis journal and weekly bulletins
Reaches public and government officials
Non-partisan organization
In actuality it is Von Hayek FPRI China Up, Japan Down? Implications for the United States. China's economy is rapidly growing
Japan's economy is decreasing
Japan and USA are close allies
Japan and China have had conflict in the past Thesis To restrain China's emerging threat the creation of mutual relations is key. Increasing Chinese Military High economic growth means high defense spending Trade deficit and America’s financial debt problems Lowers Canada's and USA's GDP while increasing China's GDP
China's ownership of the United States' debt Possibility of Chinese vs. Japanese war Could cause tension between China, Canada and the United States To restrain China's emerging threat the creation of mutual relations is key. Cristina Matei Context
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