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Title Macao and Sino-U.S. relations / edited by Yufan Hao and Jianwei Wang.
Imprint Lanham : Lexington Books, 2010.

Subject Economics -- China -- Macau.
Macau (China) -- Economic conditions.
United States -- Foreign economic relations -- China.
China -- Foreign economic relations -- United States.
Alt Name Hao, Yufan.
Wang, Jianwei, 1954-
Description 1 online resource (vii, 360 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Introduction; PART I: U.S.-CHINA RELATIONS: PAST AND PRESENT; Chapter 1: Do China and America Still Have a "Fragile Relationship?" Are They Still "Neither Friend nor Foe?"; Chapter 2: Averting Another Cold War in Asia: A Chinese Perspective on U.S.-China Relations; Chapter 3: Common Interests, Conceptual Framework, and Strategic Opportunity: Sino-U.S. Relations in the Context of Globalization; PART II: MACAO AND THE UNITED STATES: AN OVERVIEW; Chapter 4: Macao, Hawaii, and Sino-American Trade: Some Historical Observations, Interactions, and Consequences
Chapter 5: The Stories of David and Goliath: An Analysis of the U.S.-Macao RelationsChapter 6: Past and Present Images of Americans in Macao; PART III: MACAO AND THE UNITED STATES: ECONOMIC DIMENSIONS; Chapter 7: Analysis on the Special Role of Macao in Sino-U.S. Economic and Trade Relationships at the Very Beginning of the Twenty-First Century; Chapter 8: An Evaluation of Macao's Gambling Industry: With Special Reference to American Investment; Chapter 9: Learn from the Nevada Model to Reform Macao's Casino Regulatory System; PART IV: MACAO AND THE UNITED STATES: BEYOND THE BILATERAL
Chapter 10: A Chinese Perspective of Macao and Sino-U.S. Relations: A Case Study of the Banco Delta Asia AffairChapter 11: Macao's Unique Role in Cross-Straits Relations; Chapter 12: In Search of a Sustainable Gaming Industry in East Asia: A Futuristic Analysis of a Las Vegas-Macao-Sentosa Paradigm in the 10 + 1/10 + 3 FTA; Chapter 13: Macao and Chinese Foreign Relations: A Possible Platform for China and Portuguese-Speaking Countries; PART V: MACAO AND HONG KONG IN SINO-U.S. RELATIONS: A COMPARISON
Chapter 14: Sino-U.S. Links with a Twist: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on American Relations with China's Hong Kong and MacaoChapter 15: Another Tale of Twin Cities: Macao and Hong Kong in Comparative Perspectives; Chapter 16: Macao and Hong Kong in U.S.-China Relations: An American Perspective; Index; About the Contributors
Summary Macau and U.S.-China Relations explores the economic and political growth of Macau during the 20th century in which it evolved from a minor colonial power to an important global player, especially in regards to Sino-American relations and Chinese foreign policy. The essays focus on Macau's enhanced international profile is a result of rapid economic development, the unique 'one country, two system' administration in place, and the complicated relationship that Macau maintains between China and the United States.
ISBN 0739143697 (electronic bk.)
9780739143698 (electronic bk.)
9780739143674 (cloth ; alk. paper)
OCLC # 698591287
Additional Format Print version: Macao and Sino-U.S. relations. Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, ©2011 9780739143674 (DLC) 2010022268 (OCoLC)640131736.

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