Accession Number : ADA297127
Title : China: Domestic Change and Foreign Policy.
Corporate Author : RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA
Personal Author(s) : Swaine, Michael D. ; Henry, Donald P.
Report Date : 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 155
Abstract : This report analyzes the implications of political-military, social, and economic developments within China for the evolution of Chinese foreign policy over the next 10-15 years, especially policy toward the Asia-Pacific region. The purpose of such analysis is to discern whether and in what manner the profound changes that have taken place within China since the late seventies could prove adverse to U.S. interests in Asia. The analysis thus treats domestic political- military, social, and economic trends and features as largely independent variables. Important external influences upon Chinese policy-for example, the actions of critical actors such as the United States and Japan-are discussed primarily within the context of such domestic factors. (KAR) P. 10
Descriptors : *FOREIGN POLICY , *CHINA , *EVOLUTION(DEVELOPMENT) , UNITED STATES , ECONOMICS , MILITARY DOCTRINE , PATTERNS , DOMESTIC , MILITARY COMMANDERS , POLITICAL REVOLUTION , ASIA.
Subject Categories : GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE