Veni, Vidi

November 1997
National Review;11/24/1997, Vol. 49 Issue 22, p20
This article deals with the impact of the foreign policy of China toward the U.S. as of November 1997. During a summit meeting with Chinese President Jiang Zemin, U.S. President Bill Clinton agreed to help China develop its civilian nuclear power resources. This agreement is considered strategic for it presupposed a decision of the Clinton Administration that China's links with Iran will not hinder its relationship with the U.S. It is apparent that the emergence of China as a great power will only be manageable if the U.S. maintains it military dominance and defense commitments in the Pacific.


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