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By Abraham Denmark & Nirav Patel (eds.)

ISBN-10: 1935087150

ISBN-13: 9781935087151

China s upward push is likely one of the most important geopolitical occasions in smooth background, with very important ramifications for U.S. pursuits, neighborhood energy balances, and the foreign order. because the Obama management confronts a extensive set of globally demanding situations, questions stay as to how the U.S. may still interact China amidst uncertainty approximately its long term intentions and the way to stability this crucial courting opposed to issues concerning China s habit within the overseas group. This document takes into consideration the worldwide value of China s upward push, examines the ever increasing U.S.-China dating, and proposes a method for destiny engagement.

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Navy sometime in the next decade. Numbers only tell a small part of the story.

96 L ieberthal and Sandalow. For similar recommendations, see Pew Center, Common Challenge, Collaborative Response; Kelly Sims Gallagher, “China Needs Help with Climate Change,” Current History 106, No. 703 (2007): 389-394. Sectoral agreements could take the form of performance standards or targets for the emissions per unit of output in individual sectors like cement and steel. org/ competitiveness-response-030508. S. president to impose trade sanctions on a country within a certain period of time if it was determined that the country lacked “comparable” climate policies.

99 Moreover, American politicians are likely to increasingly seek to scapegoat China for perceived competitiveness losses from Chinese government intervention in support of heavy industry and an undervalued currency. S. greenhouse gas emissions without some measure that would authorize the President to impose trade sanctions on countries that lack adequate policies to restrain their own greenhouse gas emissions.  100 The Chinese government’s willingness to enter into some form of verifiable commitments will most likely be limited at the outset to emissions-intensity targets that would slow the rate of increase of greenhouse gas emissions, but not immediately lower emissions.

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