Deng Xiaoping's foreign policy

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Introduction: Deng Xiao Ping was a leader who can be considered as a person who transformed china from autocratic communism to capitalistic communism (I used this phrase as he adopted capitalist policies, copied from no where). Learning lessons from the failure of Soviet block he strived for economic development and wealth creation.


Though Korea and Japan are trade partners for US in Asia, the policies of US regarding China even dominated election manifesto of that Country. When discussing about the foreign policy of Deng Xiao Ping, it is reasonable to mention about US. The underlying reason is that in post cold war period, US emerged as a single super power and any country's foreign policy was compelled to keep US in consideration if it wants to be a major partner in world trade. Deng's policy was matter of discussion because China developed links with US despite confrontation in past and present (Taiwan). The significant feature in the Deng's foreign policy is recognising the US as a sole super power in post cold war period. The growth of China compelled US to treat human rights and economic benefits separately.
Development of Sino US relations: From the date of sworn in of George Bush in 1989 till the end of two term presidency of Bill Clinton Sino American relations took a dramatic changes. ...
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