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Obama’s legacy in US China Policy
Peter Gries

low profile to a new policy of speaking and acting loudly. History is likely to judge the Obama years as the period when China regained its position as the major power in Asia. Towards the end of the Obama administration, a fundamental rethinking of US engagement policy of China was well underway. 41 A China policy under Trump? During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump blamed China for a variety of American woes, from its trade deficit to unemployment. This was a winning strategy in the Republican Party primaries, as cultural (Christian right), economic

in The United States in the Indo-Pacific
Richard Jackson

, and the 19 million Christian Right voters who purchase books like Pat Robertson’s New World Order or the Tim LaHaye novels about the end of the world now represent the single most influential voting bloc in the country (Aune 2003: 520). George W. Bush is arguably America’s first Christian fundamentalist president and many of his senior officials, notably Attorney General John Ashcroft, share his

in Writing the war on terrorism