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1 The U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS CHEN HECHENG Oct16, 2011 American Foreign Policy HIS305 Salem International University Instructor: Larry Zbach, Ph.D. United States of America and People’s Republic of China are the two most important countries around the world. So the relationships between two countries not only about two peoples but also has a significant influence to the whole world. The Sino- US relations are fast-changing because the international situation is protean. In recent decade, the bilateral friendship has never changed despite kaleidoscopic changes in
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2 international situation. And we also know this: the relationship between the United States and China will shape the 21st century, which makes it as important as any bilateral relationship in the world. The factors influence the Sino-US relationships are economic, diplomacy, military affairs, and culture. Unquestionabl e, economic is the most important element. Both of the two countries are energetically developing the economy now. In 2001, trade volume between the two nations hit US$80,400 million, 8.1 percent higher than the previous year. Tempted by the colossal Chinese market, the US has become China’s biggest investor with an investment of US$4,858 million in 2001 and an accumulated investment of US$35,548 million. [6] U.S. benefited a lot from the trade relation between
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