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ContentIIntroductionII Principle of Chinas foreign policy from United Front against Hegemonism toIndependent Foreign Policy AUnited Front against Soviet in 70s iSino-Soviet conflict iiSino-American rapprochement iiiThe Theory of Three World BIndependent Foreign Policy in 80s iThe Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence iiMotivations of policy changeIIISino-American interaction AThe Taiwan issue iFrom the 1972 Shanghai Communiqu to the establishment of diplomatic Relation 1979 iiThe Taiwan Relation Act TRA iiiPeriod after TRA to 1982 Joint Communiqu ivCommuniqu on August 171982 vConclusion BTrade relations iEconomic policy after 1978 iiTextile trade tensionIVConclusion Endnotes Bibliography Following the death of Mao Zedong in 1976 and the purge of the gang of four the year 1978 marked a turning point in post-Mao China It symbolized an end as well as a beginning At the Third Plemnum of the Eleventh Chinese Communist Party Central Committee held in December 1978 Deng Xiaoping emerged as the top leader of China and gained acceptance far his plan to make economic development the highest goal for his country A program Four Modernization is designed to achieve this goal and the aim of the program is to overtake the Western industrialized countries by the year of 2000 To implement the program a huge amount of Capital and a stable international environment is need its necessary for China to strengthen relations with US as a constraint on USSR and as a source of technology and Capital Thus by 70s the foreign policy of the PRC had under gone apparently changes and a new Chinese foreign policy had emerged The main purpose of this paper is to give a brief description of China foreign policy in the 70s and 80s including the principles and the factors that shape these policies Moreover a large part of this paper will concern the Sino-US relation especially on the problem of Taiwan and the trade relations Because US plays the most important role in Chinas foreign policy and the Taiwan and the trade
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