May 24, 2007
U.S.-China Relations: An Affirmative Agenda, A Responsible Course
Chairs: Carla A. Hills, Vice Chairman; Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Hills & Company, and Dennis C. Blair, Former Commander-in-Chief of the Pacific Command
Director: Frank Sampson Jannuzi, Hitachi International Affairs Fellow, CFR
144 pages | $15.00
ISBN 978-0-87609-403-7 (0-87609-403-5)
Council on Foreign Relations Press, April 2007
Task Force Report No. 59
Description: No relationship will be as important to the twenty-first century as the one between the United States, the world’s great power, and China, the world’s rising power. This report takes stock of the changes under way in China and what they mean for China and for U.S.-China relations.
The overall message is that while the United States should not turn a blind eye to the economic, political, and security challenges posed by China’s rise and should be clear that any aggressive behavior on China’s part would be met with strong opposition, U.S. strategy toward China must focus on creating and taking advantage of opportunities to build on common interests in the region and as regards a number of global concerns.
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