- Title Pages
- A Note on Transliteration
- 1 Introduction: Power and the US–Chinese Relationship
- 2 US Hegemony and International Legitimacy: The Chinese Representation Issue at the United Nations
- 3 Trading With the Enemy: The USA and the China Trade Embargo
- 4 ‘We the People’: US Public Opinion and China Policy
- 5 Balancing Against Threats: The Rise and Fall of the Sino‐Soviet Alliance
- 6 The Iron Wall: China's Conventional Military Capabilities
- 7 The Politics of Nuclear Weapons: China as a Nuclear Power
- 8 China as the ‘Wave of the Future’: The Chinese Politico‐Economic Model
- 9 International Order and US Structural Power: The US Relationship With China Since 1979
- 10 Summary and Conclusion
- The Practice of Power
- Oxford University Press
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