China and the United States Post-9/11

Pollack, Jonathan D.
September 2003
Orbis;Autumn2003, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p617
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the relationship between China and the U.S. after the September 11, 2001, terrorist strike on the U.S. After the 9/11 attack U.S. President George W. Bush showed his concerns toward the Chinese leadership and his administration sought to maintain a much more arms-length relationship with Beijing. The U.S. started pursuing closer links with Japan and India as presumptive balancers of a rising China in Asia. China also undertook a marked policy reorientation based on the cumulative lessons it absorbed from three decades of interaction with the U.S.


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