This Changes Everything? A Possible Future of China-U.S. Relations after Trump
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香港中文大學研究人員

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摘要Looking past common prognostications, this article focuses on the conditions for an alternative possible future of China-U.S. relations, beyond the trade war or a new cold war. Its aim is to map out a possible future that would open up if the U.S. political system takes a leftward turn in 2020 or beyond. Taking stock of the present, this article argues that information logistics (or control/lack of control over information) affects the structure of the political-economic system, including international relations. Fundamental changes in the ecology of information make a “democratic socialist” presidential administration in the U.S. a significant possibility, and make international communication more feasible – including communication between China and the Western public. This represents an opportunity for China to augment its soft power, while overcoming its most pressing economic and social challenges. Focusing on conditions of ecological emergency and the crisis of capitalist democracy, it is argued that new opportunities exist to facilitate the international cooperation required to avoid climate catastrophe, and for warmer relations to develop between China and the U.S.
著者Peter Beattie, Ana Tomicic
期刊名稱ICS Occasional Paper
出版年份2020
月份3
期次46
出版社Institute of Chinese Studies
出版地Delhi
文章號碼46
語言美式英語
關鍵詞Soft power, political psychology, China-U.S. relations, critical realism, climate change

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