Biden alelnök kínai látogatása azt jelzi, hogy mivel az Egyesült Államok csendes-óceáni hatalom, érdekei elválaszthatatlanul összefonódnak az ázsiai országok gazdasági, biztonsági és politikai rendszereivel. Az út kapcsán s a közelmúltban megjelent elemzések következnek.

Biden Begins Seven-Day Visit to China, Mongolia, Japan. By MacKenzie C. Babb | DOS Staff Writer | 16 August 2011

Washington — Vice President Biden has kicked off a weeklong trip to China, Mongolia and Japan, where he will engage Asian leaders in talks on a broad range of bilateral, regional and global issues, the White House says.

“The vice president’s trip is a reflection of our belief that the United States is a Pacific power whose interests are inextricably linked with Asia’s economic, security and political order,” said Antony Blinken, Biden’s senior national security adviser. Blinken outlined the vice president’s schedule in a White House briefing on the trip August 15.

Conference Call With Reporters To Discuss Vice President Biden Trip to China, Mongolia, and Japan, by The White House

A Bid to Boost U.S.-China Relations, from Council on Foreign Relations

As Vice President Joseph Biden begins a visit to China, analysts say both the United States and China will have to restructure their economies to lessen global imbalances and strengthen recovery.

Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Ambassador Gary Locke greet the Georgetown Mens basketball team in their locker room before an expo game against China, in Beijing, China, August 17, 2011.

Strengthening U.S.-China Relations through Sports, from the White House Blog

Shortly after arriving in Beijing, Vice President Biden joined Georgetown men’s basketball fans at the Olympic Sports Center to cheer on the Hoyas in an exhibition game against the Shanxi Zhongyu Brave Dragons — a member of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA).

The team’s two-week visit to China reflects an ongoing push to expand people-to-people exchanges between our two countries, as well as an effort to strengthen the U.S.-China relationship through sport.

China’s New Leftists and the China Model Debate after the Financial Crisis. Center for Strategic & International Studies. Charles Freeman and Wen Jin Yuan. July 28, 2011.

In the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis, China’s leadership is now paying specific attention to potential limits of the free market system as a basis for achieving optimum policy outcomes.

U.S. Official at U.S.-China Anti-Corruption Group Meeting, by (iipcms)

State Department official David M. Luna, director for anticrime programs in the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, speaks at the U.S.-China Anticorruption Working Group meeting and Anti-Bribery Roundtable in Beijing, China.

Milken Institute China Indicator Update

Initial Public Offering (IPO) Indicator dips below 200 for the first time since December 2006 and Renminbi Pressure Indicator (RPI) shows declining growth. The Milken Institute calculates a set of seven sophisticated economic indicators that give investors and firms valuable new information about the Chinese financial markets.

U.S.-China Military Contacts: Issues for Congress. Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress. Shirley A. Kan.  July 26, 2011.

The report discusses policy issues regarding military-to-military contacts with the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and provides a record of major contacs and crises since 1993. Issues for Congress include whether the Obama Administration has complied with legislation overseeing dealings with theChina’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and pursued contacts with the PLA that advance a prioritized set of U.S. security interests, especially the operational safety of U.S. military personnel.


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