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by Robert S. Ross

Author: Robert S. Ross
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Stanford Univ Pr (February 1, 1997)
Pages: 364 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.4
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Negotiating Cooperation book. This book examines how China and the United States managed to develop and consolidate cooperative relations for two decades despite the existence of the Taiwan problem.

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Negotiating Cooperation: The United States and China, 1969-1989. Ross, a political scientist at Boston College, skillfully disentangles the web of considerations - above all, the common threat from the Soviet Union - that enabled negotiators to diffuse their hostility. The analysis is particularly useful for its sustained treatment of the delicate negotiations over Taiwan. Though Ross argues that . China cooperation remains an important and attainable objective, he provides little guidance on how it might be achieved.

by Robert S. Ross (Author). He correctly views each side's waxing and waning influence as a function of situational strategic advantage-first in the US-Chinese-Soviet "strategic triangle" and, later, bilaterally-and shows how changes in global politics affect mutual perceptions of interest and thus drive changes in policy. In short, the book is a series of case studies of . China negotiations, examining the impact, at various points in time, of distinct combinations of internal and external factors on the behavior of the negotiators and the outcome of the negotiations.

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A Boston College political scientist, Robert Ross is currently focused on China security policy and the implications of China’s rise for its . He’s the author of Negotiating Cooperation: The United States and China, 1969-1989. A frequent consultant for the .

A Boston College political scientist, Robert Ross is currently focused on China security policy and the implications of China’s rise for its neighbors and for the United States. Ross has also taught at a number of Chinese institutions.

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