This study analyzes the overseas effect of the market force of US foreign policy toward China. Gordon Cheung puts forward the idea of "augmented market liberalism", arguing that the US was instrumental in making China a market economy.
1. Introduction, Part One: Theory. A Framework for Analysis, Part Two: U.S. Construction of the Asian-Pacific Market Economy, 3. U.S. Encroachment of Japan, 4. U.S. Embankment of the Four Little Dragons, Part Three: U.S. Market Augmentation Policy toward China, 5. The Cold War Syndrome and China’s Isolation, 6. Nixon’s 1972 Visit to China as a Result of Market Forces, 7. A Change of U.S. Power Context and China’s Adaptation to the World Economy, Part Four: U.S. Engagement with China, 8. U.S. Foreign Policy Divergences with China, 9. U.S. Foreign Policy Convergences with China, Part Five: Conclusions, 10. The Market Force and China’s Transformation.