World’s Security: China’s Rise and the U.S. Response
W.P. Carey - The Newseum
The world's two largest economies, American and China, share an ocean, a future, and a pivotal relationship for the world's security. Will they build a secure future world? U.S. arms sales to Taiwan and the pricing of the Renminbi are only two of several contentious issues in current U.S.-China relations. The future calls for increased interaction between these two countries in a changing international context. How can China and the United States build the necessary trust to defuse tensions and cooperate in key areas of mutual concern?"