As the relationship between China and the United States becomes increasingly complex and interdependent, leaders in Beijing and Washington are struggling to establish a solid common foundation on which to expand and deepen bilateral relations.
In order to examine the challenges facing US-China relations, the National Bureau of Asian Research (NBR) and the Institute for China-US People-to-People Exchange of Peking University brought together a group of leading experts from China and the United States in Beijing and Honolulu to develop a conceptual foundation for US-China relations into the future, tackling the issues in innovative ways under the banner of US-China Relations in Strategic Domains.
The resulting essays assess US-China relations in the maritime and nuclear sectors as well as cyberspace, space and via the lens of P2P and Mil to Mil exchanges. Scholars and students in political science and international relations are this presented with a diagnosis and prognosis of the relations between the two superpowers.
1. Introduction 2. U.S.-China Relations in the Maritime Security Domain 3. Seeking Strategic Stability for U.S.-China Relations in the Nuclear Domain 4. Reducing and Managing U.S.-China Conflict in Cyberspace 5. U.S.-China Strategic Relations in Space 6. Stepping Up Investments in U.S.-China Relations: Making People-to-People Exchange a Strategic Priority 7. Sino-U.S. Military-to-Military Relations 8. Sino-US Military Relations: Interests, Challenges and Solutions 9. Conclusion
The China Perspectives series focuses on translating and publishing works by leading Chinese scholars, writing about both global topics and China-related themes. It covers Humanities & Social Sciences, Education, Media and Psychology, as well as many interdisciplinary themes.
This is the first time that any of these books have been translated into English for international readers. The series aims to put forward a Chinese perspective, give insights into cutting-edge academic thinking in China, and inspire researchers globally.