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Trade Between the United States and China

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Pamela Keilig

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Trade Between the United States and China

Future trade relations between the United States and China Variables human rights act trade partners economic policies Pamela Keilig Readings "China Cross Talk"~Kennedy Wang Jisi Article Cohen Readings Analyzing China has been able to learn fromthe mistakes made by the United States, and Russia (former Soviet Union), and is developing into a very different economic power While China is ready to make the leap and have the responsibility of being a world economic power, the United States is not ready to accept this fact. Focusing on the ideas of selective morality and U.S. motivations of trade The United States cannot continue to hold on to the notions of "containment," that era has passed, in the new age of global relations, the U.S. needs to further develop the notion of engagement, and perfect this level of the game. The United States cannot be living in the past in terms of how it continues to relate to China, or other previously "less developed countries." The United States has to accept the fact that the world is moving further and further into a bi-polar, to even a tri-polar world. It cannot igrnore the fact that it has helped develop a strong economic rival, and denying this fact will only hinder the United States in the furture more (as well as China). By accepting the facts, the United States can move forward, and developeconomic and trading policies that will be more engaging, and welcoming to an emerging economic power; China The fear: that the United States will continue to be motivated by paranoia, and deny moving forward. That the United States will continue to harness a "beauty and the beast" approach, and culture, as suggested in the Wang Jisi artilce. The United States needs to be less passive-aggressive, and TRUST China to develop its economy on its own. If the U.S. continues to babysit China, and watch its every move, it will truly be testing the Chinese patients, and eventually there could be a big bad dragon ready to move the White House out of its way. Is the ball really in China's court? Will China seek to trade relations outside of the United States?
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