Combining a study of American Think Tanks and a study of American diplomatic policy on China following the Cold War, this book explores in detail the policy-making process, procedures and mechanisms, as well as the roles of various interest groups in the policy-making process for China-related policies. Further, it dissects the policy-making process with regard to selected sensitive policies, such as the US diplomatic policy on Taiwan, China; US trade policy on China; US human rights policy on China; and US environmental and energy policy on China; and analyzes the function and influence of the American Think Tanks in the policy debates. Characterized by its high theoretical value, wealth of historical materials and painstaking analysis, the book is not only of important academic value but also offers a valuable reference guide to support the practical work of related departments in the Chinese government.
Table of Contents
Brief introduction of U.S. think tanks.- U.S. think tanks and U.S. Taiwan policy.- U.S. think tanks and U.S. economic and trade policy toward China.- U.S. think tanks and U.S. policy toward Chinese human rights.- U.S. think tanks and environmental and energy policies toward China.- U.S. think tanks and debates on U.S. policy toward China.- Index I.- Index Ⅱ.- Index Ⅲ.