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This test consists of 5 short answer questions and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. China classified American as a capitalist-______ society.

2. In what year did this event occur?

3. The communique was developed under the auspices of which president?

4. The Chinese had a long relationship with which country?

5. In which year did Kissinger first meet with Deng?

Essay Topics

Essay Topic 1

What is your opinion of the history of China as presented by Henry Kissinger? Do you feel that Kissinger was able to be objective in his presentation of the historical and cultural facts about China? Do you think another person might have been able to present the history in a more objective light? Would the history be as accurate? Explain.

Essay Topic 2

Kissinger writes that the basic concept of foreign policy is that a country must be able to develop a dialogue with other countries in order to have the world succeed as a unit. This is even more important in this time of globalization as countries are expected to work together to strengthen a world economy. Why is this important? Why must the United States devote so much time and money to foreign policy? How does it affect globalization? How does it affect the United States economy? Explain.

Essay Topic 3

How might world order have changed if Japan and China had formed into one super power? How might the world order have changed if the United States, Russia, and China were able to remain a triumvirate? What is the current relationship between China and Japan? Which is currently the strongest country? Explain.

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