China - Government & Foreign Relations

Guiding Questions

1. What are some of the current challenges facing the Chinese government?

2. What is the state of US-China relations?

3. What role does China play among other nations in Asia? 

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Comments

  • China is trying to improve their state of being and increase their power in all aspects ranging from economy to military.

    After watching several videos and reading the articles, I can't really state exactly where we are with China except the fact we do need each other and we have a fragile relationship at this time. There are strengths in both of our countries that both of our countries are depending on to survive. With Trump as President, things have become more complicated as well.
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Articles/Essays

How China is Ruled BBC News Asia, October 8, 2012

China Now by Gideon Rose, Foreign Affairs, May/June 2015 Issue

China's Complicated Foreign Policy by Shi Yinhong, European Council on Foreign Relations, March 31, 2015

Chinese Foreign Policy: A New Era Dawns by Anne-Marie Brady, The Diplomat, March 17, 2014

China's Strategy for Asia: Maximize Power, Replace America by Robert Blackwell, Council on Foreign Relations, May 26, 2016

Why even US-born panda cubs belong to China: panda diplomacy, explained by Dara Lind, Vox.com, August 24, 2015

Beijing’s Disturbing Turn Against Personal Freedoms by Murong Xuecun, New York Times, Sept. 23, 2016

Lesson Plans & Resources

VIF International: China and Conflict One of five units in the in Global Politics theme examining conflicts in Chinese- and Arabic-speaking countries. Students will explore the China-Taiwan and China-Tibet relationships from different perspectives and analyze role of the United States in these controversies. The history, causes, and effects of the Arab Spring will be studied, as well as the current status of these revolutions.