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  • 40 on 40:Interviews with Experts on China-US Relations 1979-2019

    發布者:毛曉君發布時間:2021-03-15瀏覽次數:235

    Center for American Studies, Fudan University 

    Shanghai Institute of American Studies eds.

    NEW WORLD PRESS

    About the Book

    Forty years ago, China and the US surmounted obstacles, reconciled differences, and sought cooperation that resulted in changed lives of countless Chinese and Americans, as well as the world order. This book tracks the experiences, records the testimonies, of a bunch of witnesses and observers of the vicissitudes of Sino-US relations and tells the stories of the promoters and beneficiaries of bilateral cooperation.

    The 40 interviewees, either diplomats, experts or scholars in the political and academic circles of both countries (20 Chinese and 20 Americans), who have witnessed the storms of Sino-US diplomacy, share with readers their first-hand knowledge and insight with regard to promoting bilateral cooperation and exchange by revealing the rarely known ins and outs of history.

    Contents

    Preface/001

    Zhao Qizheng: A Real China That the US Needs Not Fear/003

    Long Yongtu: The United States Lost Nothing for China’s WTO Accession/015

    Tao Wenzhao: Normalization of Sino-US Relations Was an Important Link for Reform and Opening Up/027

    Zhou Wenzhong: The Only Wise Option Is Seeking Common Ground While Reserving Differences/043

    He Weiwen: No Politician Can Derail the Tracks of Sino-US Economic and Trade Relations/055

    Wang Jisi: Both Chinese and American People Want a Stable China-US Relationship/067

    Yang Yi: Do Not Make Military Exchange “a Collateral” for Sino-US Relations/081

    Yang Jiemian: A Telescopic View of Sino-US Relations/093

    Cui Tiankai: Chinese Wisdom Can Chart a New Path for China-US Relations/105

    Yao Yunzhu: The Two Great Countries Should Not Be Enemies/119

    Huang Renwei: Continuity of Sino-US Relations Is a Necessity for the Fundamental Interests of Both Countries/135

    He Yafei: It takes Broad-Mindedness to Develop Relations/147

    Ni Feng: Benefits of Sino-US Cooperation Remain Strong/161

    Zhu Feng: We Must Have a Clear and Objective View of the US Factor in China’s Process of Development/175

    Wu Xinbo: China and the US Will Embark on a More Equal and Balanced Relationship/187

    Yuan Peng: Deep-Level Binding of Mutual Interests Is a Big Success Story in Sino-US Relations/201

    Chen Dongxiao: Building a New Type of Great Power Relations Is the Only Way Out for China and the US/215

    Da Wei: Stable Sino-US Relations Agree with the Grand Development Strategies of Both Countries/229

    Song Guoyou: Economic and Trade Relations Still a “Ballast” of Sino-US Relations/243

    Diao Daming: US Congress’ Passing of Certain Bills by a Large Margin Does Not Amount to Anti-China Consensus/255

    Jimmy Carter: The Normalization of US-China Relations Has Advanced World Peace/267

    Ezra Vogel: China and the US Need More “Empathetic” Scholars/279

    Stapleton Roy: The US Can Get Along with a Stronger and More Prosperous China/291

    Joseph Nye: Soft Power Can Be a Win-Win Approach for Both China and the US/305

    Kenneth Lieberthal: China and the US Must Aim to Prevent an Adversarial Overall Relationship/317

    Jeffrey Bader: China and the US Can Both Be Pillars of the International System/331

    Susan Shirk: Managing China-US Competition Requires Restraint and Caution from Both Sides/345

    Terry Branstad: Good Chemistry Between Leaders Will Herald a Bright Future for China and the US/357

    David Lampton: Positive Mutual Dependence Can Be a Hedge Against the Thucydides Trap/369

    Thomas Fingar: China’s Increased Capacity Is Not Incompatible with US Interests/381

    Harry Harding: China and the US Can Foster Positive Competition – Even Over Political Systems/397

    Douglas Paal: The US Must Make Room for China in the New Global Power Structure/407

    Kenneth Jarrett: American Companies Still Believe in Long-Term Opportunities in the China Market/419

    Robert Ross: Pragmatic Diplomacy Can Again Pave the Way to China-US Cooperation/435

    David Dollar: Economic Fundamentals Will Drive China and the US to a Future of Greater Potential/449

    Dennis Wilder: Candid and Friendly Personal Relationships Boost China-US Strategic Trust/463

    Robert Daly: Emergent Technology May Be a Sorely Needed Positive Foundation for China-US Relations/477

    Paul Haenle: Greater Cooperation on International Issues Benefits China, the US, and the World/489

    Daniel H. Rosen: Trust Building Is the Solution to China-US Bilateral Woes/503

    Peter Gries: “Humanized” China-US Relations Help Bridge Differences/515

    Postcript/527




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