Foreign Relations with China
To: Barrack Obama, President of the United States
Date: May 5, 2015
Subject: Foreign Relations with China
The United States’ foreign relations with China have accelerated quickly over the past 35 years. Starting with the death of Mao in 1978 and the subsequent opening up of China in the following period the US has begun to trade with China from a point of almost no trade to the being the largest trading partners of any two countries in the entire world. This massive increase in trade has lead to drastic increases in foreign relations between the two countries.
In a Journal article by J. Mann in 1999 titles “About Face: A History of America’s Curious Relationship with China, from Nixon to Clinton” the author talks about foreign relations with China from the period of Nixon to Clinton (Mann 22). The article talks about the slow warming in foreign relations between the two countries; Nixon became the first American president ever to visit China. This was a period where both super powers had amazingly very little to do with each other. It was only after China, and the U.S.S.R. had some diplomatic issues that the potential meeting became a reality.
The relations heated up dramatically when Deng Xiao Ping became the leader in 1982. With China opening up to the global world, the US saw an immense opportunity. Us foreign investment rushed into a country that was ready to explode in terms of Economic growth rates. The influx of investment has helped both countri…
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