U.S. policy

China in Africa: Implications for U.S. Policy

Earlier this month in Washington D.C., Thomas J. Christensen (Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs) and James Swan (Deputy Assistant Secretary for African Affairs) briefed the Subcommittee on African...

The U.S. “One China” Policy: Time for a Change? – Alan D. Romberg

This is the text of the 16th Annual Charles Neuhauser Memorial Lecture at the John K. Fairbank Center of Harvard University on October 24, 2007. From Stimson: When I told my friend and colleague, Professor Steven Goldstein, Director of the Fairbank Center’s Taiwan Studies Workshop, that I had chosen the topic The U.S. “One China” […]

China alarmists – William Hawkins

From the Washington Times: The public would be shocked at the work done in Washington by American firms on behalf of overseas interests trying to influence U.S. policy. James Sasser, ambassador to Beijing during the Clinton administration, once said, “The Chinese really don’t do any lobbying. The heavy lifting is done by the American business […]

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