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China's Nuclear Weaponry Proliferation
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10 pages in length. Since the time of Hiroshima, there has been an overwhelming sense of comfort and safety associated with the nuclear bomb, just as long as one is on the side with such fierce power. The United States has paved the way for China when it comes to yielding the political strength that inherently comes with nuclear weapons, attempting to educate the world about the pros and cons of such cataclysmic implements of war. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: TLCchnuc.wps

China's Role in the International Steel Industry
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A 10 page paper discussing the change in the US steel industry since its rise; the effects of the growth of China's steel industry; and the effects of both on US-China relations. The steel industry has some recourse now that China is a member of the WTO, but in the meantime it still struggles with the effects of foreign steel in the US. The entire package directly affects US-China relations. The long-term effects of the present difficulty potentially could change the industry, particularly as rapidly-industrializing China places increasing pressure on resources including oil. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: KSchinaSteel.rtf

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This 7-page paper discusses the current, and tense, relationships between the People's Republic of China, the U.S. and Taiwan. The paper also discusses how destabilized China would be if Taiwan were to declare independence. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MTchtaus.rtf

China: US Foreign Policy After WTO Accession
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A 10 page paper discussing how the bureaucratic politics model has influenced US foreign policy regarding China since China's accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO). China's need for greater economic prosperity for its people and greater international acceptance likely have been the driving forces behind its willingness to make any concessions at all to US requests. Certainly all conditions in China do not fit with the US' conception of democracy and individual freedom. The bureaucratic politics model has provided a means of reaching a common ground of understanding in which each side can maintain healthy respect for the other while making beneficial concessions that do not compromise either country's national sovereignty. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KSchinaWTO.rtf

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