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      Beyond Tiananmen
      The Politics of U.S.-China Relations 1989-2000

      by Robert L. Suettinger

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      • Format: hardcover, 556 pages
      • Author: Robert L. Suettinger
      • Language: english
      • Genres: china
      • ISBN: 9780815782063 (0815782063)
      • Publisher: Brookings Institution Press
      • Release date: June 17, 2003

      About The Book

      It has been thirteen years since soldiers of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) raced into the center of Beijing, ordered to recover “at any cost” the city’s most important landmark, Tiananmen Square, from student demonstrators. The U.S. and other Western countries recoiled in disgust after the horrific incident, and the relationship between the U.S. and China went from amity and strategic cooperation to hostility, distrust, and misunderstanding. Time has healed many of the wounds from those terrible days of June 1989, and bilateral strains have been eased in light of the countries’ joint opposition to international terrorism. Yet China and U.S. remain locked in opposition, as strategic thinkers and military planners on both sides plot future conflict scenarios with the other side as principal enemy. Polls indicate that most Americans consider China an “unfriendly” country, and anti-American sentiment is growing in China. According to Robert Suettinger, the calamity in Tiananmen Square marked a critical turning point in U.S.-China affairs. In Beyond Tiananmen, Suettinger traces the turbulent bilateral relationship since that time, with a particular focus on the internal political factors that shaped it. Through a series of candid anecdotes and observations, Suettinger sheds light on the complex and confused decision-making process that affected relations between the U.S. and China between 1989 and the end of the Clinton presidency in 2000. By illuminating the way domestic political ideas, beliefs, and prejudices affect foreign policymaking, Suettinger reveals policy decisions as outcomes of complex processes, rather than the results of grand strategic trends. He also refutes the view that strategic confrontation between the superpowers is inevitable. Suettinger sees considerable opportunity for cooperation and improvement in what is likely to be the single most important bilateral relationship of the twenty-first century. He cautions, however, that routine misperceptions of goals and policies between the two countries — unfortunate legacies of Tiananmen — could lead to an increasing level of hostility, with tragic consequences.

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