9780737747669

China

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  • ISBN13:

    9780737747669

  • ISBN10:

    0737747668

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-04-09
  • Publisher: Greenhaven Pr

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Table of Contents

Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?p. 11
Introductionp. 14
What Is the Status of Human Rights and Democracy in China?
Chapter Prefacep. 19
China Is Not Moving Toward Democracyp. 21
China Is Moving Toward Democracyp. 31
China Must Be Convinced of the Benefits of Democracyp. 39
China Is Committed to Human Rightsp. 44
China Abuses Human Rights: Amnesty Internationalp. 54
Human Rights Must Be the Most Important Issue Between the United States and Chinap. 63
Periodical Bibliographyp. 68
How Is China Handling Its Economic Challenges?
Chapter Prefacep. 70
The Global Recession Did Not Weaken China's Economyp. 72
The Global Recession Weakened China's Economyp. 77
Free Trade with China Benefits Both China and the United Statesp. 83
Free Trade with China Benefits China but Hurts the United Statesp. 88
Trade Imbalances Are Dangerous for Both the United States and Chinap. 94
China Must Do More to Combat Intellectual Property Piracy: U.S. Chamber of Commercep. 99
Business Must Combat Chinese Intellectual Property Piracyp. 107
Chinese Intellectual Property Piracy Cannot Be Avoidedp. 112
Periodical Bibliographyp. 118
Is China's Military a Threat?
Chapter Prefacep. 120
China's Military Buildup Is a Threat to U.S. Interestsp. 122
China's Military Buildup Is Not a Threat to Legitimate U.S. Interestsp. 129
China Can Aid Nuclear Nonproliferationp. 135
China Is Behind the North Korean Threatp. 140
China Can Help Confront the North Korean Threatp. 144
China Remains a Threat to Taiwanp. 149
China-Taiwan Relations Are Improvingp. 154
Periodical Bibliographyp. 160
Is China Protecting the Environment?
Chapter Prefacep. 162
China's Air Pollution Is Improvingp. 164
China Must Do More to Address Air Pollutionp. 170
China Is Addressing Climate Changep. 180
China Must Do More on Climate Changep. 185
Periodical Bibliographyp. 191
For Further Discussionp. 192
Organizations to Contactp. 194
Bibliography of Booksp. 200
Indexp. 204
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