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U.S.-China trilateral aid cooperation : features, prospects, and recommendations

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Title:U.S.-China trilateral aid cooperation : features, prospects, and recommendations
Authors:Zhang, Denghua
LC Subject Headings:United States - Relations - China
China - Relations - United States
Competition - China
Competition - United States
Economic assistance - International cooperation
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Intergovernmental cooperation - United States
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Date Issued:Aug 2019
Publisher:Honolulu, HI : East-West Center
Series:AsiaPacific issues;no. 139
Abstract:The current trade war between China and the United States has drawn global attention to competition in U.S.-China relations. Such competition should not, however, obscure areas of mutual interest where cooperation is possible. Based on U.S.-China trilateral pilot projects, trilateral cooperation creates opportunities for aid officials and practitioners from China and the United States to communicate, but it would be ambitious to expect the limited number of pilot projects to shape Chinese aid practices or improve Chinese aid performances in the short term. These pilot projects are small in scale, and the level of coordination between China and the United States should be strengthened further. More effort by both sides is needed if trilateral aid cooperation is to sustain and even thrive. In this context, trilateral aid cooperation has the potential to become a modality in the middle, promoting mutual understanding and facilitating coordination.
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Pages/Duration:9 p.
Appears in Collections: AsiaPacific Issues

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