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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Syuzanna Gukasyan
US-China Relations During the Presidency of Barack Obama
Asian Studies
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2017
In today's world, the US and China have an unrivaled reputation on the global stage, occupying a leading position in the field of economy, military power, and geopolitical influence. This work comprehensively covers the history of international relations between Washington and Beijing, describing it as "complex interdependence" and showing that the future of these relations, their development does not depend on unilateral decisions of one of the actors, but from the active participation of both sides of the diplomatic process. The study will be conducted through the analysis of scientific articles, official policy speeches, theoretical works on diplomacy, history, and economics. This will allow us to determine the potential of cooperation and rivalry between the US and China in global and regional prospects.

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