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A Preliminary Analysis on American Neoconservatism and Its Influence

Author: WangKeDong
Tutor: LiYi
School: Sichuan University
Course: English Language and Literature
Keywords: American neo-conservatism Affect Reagan administration George W. Bush Sino-US relations
CLC: K712.5
Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2004
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American neo-conservatism is the rise in the late 1960s and early 1970s, a wave of social and political thought. New conservatism significant impact on domestic and foreign policy of the U.S. government can be broadly divided into two phases: the period of the Reagan era and the current Bush administration. It argues that the neo-conservatives have considerable political energy, Moreover, very popular in a particular historical period; neo-conservative advocates of the world, especially for the security and stability of China is a threat. In addition to the introduction and conclusion, the text is divided into four parts. The introductory section describes the purpose of the original intention of this writing, components made a brief introduction and four of this article. The first part discusses the domestic and international background of the rise of neo-conservatism. The late 1960s, early 1970s, the failure of President Johnson's Great Society programs, blacks, women and gays to fight for equal rights movement and the Vietnam War brought social tragedy of American liberalism dominated social order being challenged; at a time when international environment in a time when the height of the Cold War, the East-West war posture presents the situation of the Su attack the United States defend \The second part of the new conservatism five representatives and two neoconservative journals analyzed. The third part explores in depth the basic view of the neo-conservatives. The the neoconservative hostility moderate government intervention and the concept of the welfare state, just not in favor of a paternalistic social welfare policy; embraced market mechanisms; respected traditional values; against communism. Firstly, a new definition of conservatism, and then made a further analysis of the point of view of neo-conservatism, and concludes with a discussion of the neo-conservatives and traditional conservatives view different at. Part IV describes the impact of the new conservatism. First, the analysis of the internal affairs and foreign policy of the Reagan administration, we can see that the government is dominated by the neo-conservative government. Second, the policy of President George W. Bush; its exactly the same with the policy of the Reagan administration, and because of a pre-emptive strike at the core of the Bush Doctrine, the neoconservative tendency is not self-evident. Again, focused on the impact of the new conservatism of the Sino-US relations; China threat theory put forward in 1999, manufactured in the United States a series of significant events detrimental to Sino-US relations, and George W. Bush advocates Sino-US strategic competitor The argument reflects the diplomatic practice of neo-conservatism. Conclusion, summarized the full text, put forward the argument, to explore the future trends of the new conservatism, and stressed that the Bush administration will not attempt that we should be prepared to change its China policy of the neo-conservative, neoconservative evil. Keywords: American neo-conservatism affect Sino-US relations, the Reagan administration, the George W. Bush administration

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