US And China Relations Essay Research Paper

US And China Relations Essay, Research Paper


Foreign relations and Foreign Policy regarding China are very critical and very

tumultuous. Information that China has stolen confidential information regarding

nuclear weapons has now come to light. This, combined with China’s restrictive

policies regarding trade with America and its long history of opportunism in

dealings with the U.S., has brought our past policies, as well as Clinton’s

present policy, for dealing with China into question. Can we trust this nation?

We currently have protective relationships with nations surrounding China, and

America’s relationship with Japan has changed from adversarial to friendly.

America must also provide Taiwan with adequate military force for their defense.

Since the break-up of the Soviet Union, America has become China’s greatest

threat, and, now, they may have technology enough to act against us. China is

progressing and growing-we can benefit from a friendly, progressive relationship

with it. However, such a friendship may eventually backfire and harm America’s

self-interest. Does America have a choice as to whether or not it should become

more positively involved with China? For the sake of our other foreign policies

regarding North Korea, Russia, etc, no America has no choice. China has aided us

in the past, and it could be a very valuable friend or a dangerous enemy. Taiwan

is a key factor in our policies involving China. China insists that America

cease to sell weapons and other military supplies to Taiwan, and it also wishes

to claim the island as its own. Taiwan, however, wishes to claim independence as

a democratic nation. This conflict can add to America’s self-interest. If we

negotiate a compromise between the two-possibly allowing them to aid one another

economically and militarily, while granting Taiwan autonomy, then America once

again may slide into China’s good graces. A friendly relationship with China

means more security for America. Should a crisis occur in China, military action

on the part of the United States should be shunned. China already fears our

military force as a result of our "theater missile defense" involving

Japan and other nations surrounding China. Although Taiwan is not yet part of

this defense system, China has posed threats to the U.S. if Taiwan becomes a

part of it. Negotiations with China should provide resulting reciprocal military

defense in crisis, an economic upper-hand, and political refinement regarding

China’s relations with Taiwan. None of these points should be sacrificed in

compromise as each one is crucial to America’s world status. An especially

important note is that if China’s economy is aided in an imbalanced manner, then

it could overtake America’s economic position. Military action in China by the

United States should only be taken if America is threatened by China’s military.

If China plans any missile or nuclear attacks, then there may be no path to a

friendly relationship between China and the United States. However, both nations

have futures that are somewhat dependent on each other. As a result, a friendly

relationship should be a top priority. In conclusion, I hope that America can

lay aside cultural differences and focus on military and economic strategies to

use and obtain a friendly relationship with China in order to make America an

increasingly secure nation.


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