US-China relations after 11 September: a long engagement or marriage of convenience?
This article traces the evolution of US - Sino relations in the period since the 11 September attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon. It argues that the resultant, largely unanticipated rapprochement that has occurred between Beijing and Washington is actually more robust than many analysts have thus far been prepared to acknowledge. While conflictual elements will remain a feature of this all-important bilateral relationship, the article contends that the current 'honeymoon period'...[Show more]
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