A comprehensive review of the economic and political relations between America and China. It covers such topics as American multi-national corporations in China, globalization, American Dollar, Derivatives, The Bomb, Missiles Defense, the problem of Taiwan, MFN, China Threat, Petrodollar, Human Rights, American Debt, WTO Intellectual Rights, and Trade War with China.
It poses the question and answers of: Is China the rising economic power? Did George Bush go to war in Iraq solely because of oil? What is Zbigniew Brzezinski's "Grand Chessboard" in relation to China?
It reveals the adverse effect of China's "Open-Door Policy" on the development of Chinese indigenous automobile, civilian aircraft industry, gives a full assessment of these two industries, and offers a solution for China's present predicament.
It concludes that trade war between U.S. and China may be a blessing in disguise, as China entered into such a disadvantageous economic relationship with the United States.
It is written in simple and easy to understand manner, yet compulsory reading for both the decision makers and general public with are interested in the development of a healthy relations between the two countries.