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The U.S. Foreign Policy and Hybrid Order : Analysis and Suggestion of the U.S. Policy toward China after 2000

안현 (Ahn, Hyun, International Relations)

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This research covers the U.S.-China relations after 2000. China’s economy grew rapidly during 1990s its economic influence was not visible. After 2000, along with the economic growth, China began to increase the military build-up to realize its military modernization. The September 11 attack again...
This research covers the U.S.-China relations after 2000. China’s economy grew rapidly during 1990s its economic influence was not visible. After 2000, along with the economic growth, China began to increase the military build-up to realize its military modernization. The September 11 attack against the U.S. also paved the way for China to enlarge its influence in Asia-Pacific region. At the same time, the core of the U.S. strategy has leaned toward the Asia Pacific region. Due to the Bush administration’s ‘war on terror,’ the U.S. quickly grasped the hand of friendship extended by China, marking a dramatic turning point in the U.S.-China relationship. This study is fundamentally based on Schidlt’s hybrid order as alternative theory. Hybrid order is a combination of realism and liberalism. And I use game theory’s ‘unpredictability,’ to modify the hybrid order. This study tests the Bush and Obama administration foreign policy toward China by using hybrid order. This study draw conclusion that the optimal choice of the U.S China policy is to conduct a 60 percent cooperative and 40 percent competitive strategy. At this ideal point, the U.S could not only maintain its hegemonic status in current international order but also constrain the rising of potential competitors.