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The New Cold War: Henry Kissinger And The Rise Of China

Release date: 20 July 2023
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In July 1971, US National Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger, made a secret visit to China to meet... Read More

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In July 1971, US National Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger, made a secret visit to China to meet top Chinese leaders. This inaugurated a new phase not just in US-China relations but in contemporary history. That visit and the subsequent US-China relationship, including the US decision to invest in China's economic rise and admit it into the WTO, combined to firm up the foundations of China's rise as a world power. For more than four decades, the leadership of the two countries had a secretive pact, which worked well to each other's benefit. The US helped power China's economic growth in the hope that Beijing would turn a new political leaf and adopt Western practices (e.g. democracy). China grew economically and militarily, used its financial prowess to spread its influence across continents, as four generations of Chinese leaders built their nation at the expense of the US. Half a century after Kissinger's historic visit, the US and China are today engaged in a trade war bordering on a new Cold War. Washington is not openly talking about 'de-coupling' from China, which has begun to challenge its global dominance, but it might very well be. China has already established itself as a dominant power across Eurasia. More worryingly, China is militarily and economically threatening its neighbours, including Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Taiwan, Australia, Philippines, Indonesia and India.

This collection of critical essays examines the impact, consequences and legacy of Kissinger's first, door-opening visit to China and how it has shaped world order.

 

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Title: The New Cold War: Henry Kissinger And The Rise Of China
Author: Sanjaya Baru
Publisher: HarperCollins India
SKU: BK0478917
EAN: 9789356993617
Number Of Pages: 328
Language: English
Binding: Paperback
Release date: 20 July 2023

About Author

Sanjaya Baru is a public policy analyst and a former newspaper editor. He was the media adviser to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. He has taught at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore, the Indian School of Public Policy in New Delhi and the Kautilya School of Public Policy in Hyderabad. He was the director of geo-economics and strategy at the International Institute of Strategic Studies, London. His most recent book is India's Power Elite: Class, Caste and a Cultural Revolution (2021). He has also co-edited a collection of essays published by HarperCollins India, A New Cold War: Henry Kissinger and the Rise of China (2021).

Rahul Sharma is a former newspaper editor who now advises corporates on public affairs, policy issues, business and communication strategy. He is a keen China watcher since his days as a wire agency correspondent and editor in Asia, and has sustained his deep interest in international affairs, global diplomacy and economy. A co-founder and former President of the Public Affairs Forum of India, he also curates a foreign policy blog in his free time.

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