Current Developments in the U.S.-China Relationship

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Ewan Burns (Editor)

Series :American Political, Economic, and Security Issues

BISAC: POL011000

The United States and the People’s Republic of China (PRC or China) are involved in a prolonged stand-off over trade and in competition that is spilling from political and military areas into a growing number of other spheres, including technology, finance, and education, severely straining ties of diplomatic relations. The two lead the world in the size of their economies, their defense budgets, and their global greenhouse gas emissions. This book looks at the current status of the U.S.-China relationship.

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Preface

Chapter 1. U.S.-China Relations
(Susan V. Lawrence, Thomas Lum, Caitlin Campbell, Michael F. Martin, Rachel F. Fefer, Andres B. Schwarzenberg and Jane A. Leggett – Specialist in Asian Affairs, Congressional Research Service, et al.)

Chapter 2. U.S.-China Trade and Economic Relations: Overview
(Karen M. Sutter – Specialist in Asian Trade and Finance, Congressional Research Service)

Chapter 3. What’s the Difference?—Comparing U.S. and Chinese Trade Data
(Michael F. Martin – Specialist in Asian Affairs, Congressional Research Service)

Chapter 4. COVID-19: U.S.-China Economic Considerations
(Karen M. Sutter and Michael D. Sutherland – Specialist in Asian Trade and Finance, Congressional Research Service, et al.)

Chapter 5. U.S.-China Strategic Competition in South and East China Seas: Background and Issues for Congress
(Ronald O’Rourke – Specialist in Naval Affairs, Congressional Research Service)

Chapter 6. South China Sea Disputes: Background and U.S. Policy
(Ben Dolven, Susan V. Lawrence and Ronald O’Rourke – Specialist in Asian Affairs, Congressional Research Service, et al.)

Chapter 7. China Naval Modernization: Implications for U.S. Navy Capabilities—Background and Issues for Congress
(Ronald O’Rourke – Specialist in Naval Affairs, Congressional Research Service)

Chapter 8. U.S.-China Phase I Deal: Agriculture
(Anita Regmi – Analyst in Agricultural Policy, Congressional Research Service)

Chapter 9. The Legal Basis for the U.S.-China “Phase One” Agreement and Implications for Implementation
(Nina M. Hart – Legislative Attorney, Congressional Research Service)

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