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International Relations

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"Liberal Pessimists" "CHINA IS AN AUTHORITARIAN REGIME THAT MAY BE LOSING ITS LEGITIMATE AUTHORITY TO RULE. " "THE UNITED STATES IS A CRUSADING LIBERAL DEMOCRACY. "
"Liberal Optimists" "FOR CHINA ONE OF THREE WILL OCCUR" "1. economic interdependence" "2. international institutions" "3. democratization"
"Realist Pessimists" "1. CHINA'S POWER IS RISING" "2. CHINA'S AIMS ARE EXPANDING" "3.THE SECURITY DILEMMA IS INTENSE"
"Realist Optimists" "1. CHINA'S POWER IS LIMITED, AND LIKELY TO REMAIN SO." "2. CHINA'S AIMS ARE LIMITED" "3. THE SECURITY DILEMMA IS MUTED"
"Constructivist Optimists" "Optimistic constructivists generally emphasize the possibility that China's increasing participation in international institutions of various kinds will lead to shifts in its strategic culture."
"Constructivist Pessimists" "The chief source of instability in Asia today lies in the peculiar construction of national identity and interest on the part of the chief regional actors"
Citation Friedberg, Aaron, The Future of U.S.-China Relations: Is Conflict Inevitable?, November 2016, PowerPoint Presentation.
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