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U.S. Visions of China - From Henry Kissinger to Donald Trump

Laurence Nardon | November 23, 2017

As Shown by the diplomatic turnaround of the 1970's, the existence of a debate on China on the United States is not new. This debate - of strategic relevance - took center stage in the 1990's, however: in the aftermath of the fall of the USSR and on the eve of the 9/11 attacks, as China's economic and military might was beginning of the soar, the U.S. foreign policy community started to devote a lot of attention to this new, major actor of international relations.