You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

5 results found, view free essays on page:

  • Policies With Many Other Nations
    805 words
    Through the course of history, many of the nations in the world expanded internationally through imperialism. These nations were creating empires throughout the world. The United States of America for example, during the late 19th century and into the early 20th century began to expand out into the world. Before this time, the United States only expanded onto land that was adjacent to that which was theirs. As a result from the other world powers acquiring new lands and provinces, the U.S. felt ...
  • Alone To China's Continued Economic Growth
    1,585 words
    Japanese were encouraged by the outcome of the most recent U.S. - China summit in October. Although uncertainties remain, and there are serious differences of views and positions between the U.S. and China, it was encouraging to see that the two principal actors on the Asia-Pacific scene seem to be more willing to cooperate rather than confront. In my view, this is only a part of the broader process in which the U.S., Japan and China are currently engaged, with the basic question being: How can ...
  • U.S. China Policy
    648 words
    Paul Kanitra Public Policy Paper-Draft #1 9-28-99 Since the initial warming of U.S. -China relations in the early 1970's, policymakers have had difficulty balancing conflicting U.S. policy concerns in the People's Republic of China. In the strange world of diplomacy between the two, nothing is predictable. From Nixon to Clinton, presidents have had to reconcile security and human rights concerns with the corporate desire for expanded economic relations between the two countries. Nixon establishe...
  • Meat Products Into China
    496 words
    As reported in "Guangzhou Riba o" on January 6, 2000, Long Yong tu, China's trade negotiator, said, On the issue of allowing more meat products into China, some people think that China has made a substantial compromise. In fact, no substantial compromise was made on the meat product issue. (P) (in the United States) think that China has opened its door wide for the import of meat. In fact, this is only a theoretical market opportunity. During diplomatic negotiations, it is imperative to use beau...
  • Debate Over China's Mfn Status
    1,159 words
    In 1998, United States imported more than $70 billion worth of Chinese consumer and industrial goods, up from $38 billion in 1994. Topping the list: toys, footwear, electrical goods, and all forms of apparel, from woven to knits. But the days when American consumers could go shopping in 99 cents Store, or buy a mid-sized Donald Duck stuffed toy for $20 at the Disney Store, would be numbered. Because as the debate over most-favored-nation (MFN) status for China heats up in Congress every year, co...

5 results found, view free essays on page: