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Chinese political negotiating behavior, 1967-1984

by Richard H. Solomon

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • United States,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Negotiation,
    • Political culture -- China,
    • Political psychology,
    • China -- Foreign relations -- 1949-,
    • China -- Foreign relations -- United States,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- China,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1945-1989,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRichard H. Solomon.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS777.8 .S63 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 168 p. ;
      Number of Pages168
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL550092M
      ISBN 100833023373
      LC Control Number96131216
      OCLC/WorldCa33842158

        In this page treatise, the writer sets out the basic rules that need to be followed in order to acquire and maintain political power. This book is usually suggested to students in their first political science class and it is presumed that one can never be a successful politician if one doesn’t understand this book in depth. By contrast, when those negotiating with the Chinese break promises or display anger, frustration, or aggression at the negotiation table, it results in a mutual loss of face.

      "Chinese Political Negotiating Behavior, ," Richard H. Solomon, RAND Corporation, "China: Domestic Change and Foreign Policy," Michael D. Swaine, RAND Corporation, TAIWAN RELATIONS ACT Public Law 96th Congress, 10 April Given the aim of this paper, we developed a model to structure our analysis of the Sino-Western business negotiation process. Figure 1 presents our “Ping-Pong” model. The model is based on a number of previous studies of international business negotiation and Chinese business negotiating style Fang , Frankenstein , Ghauri and Usunier , Graham and Lin , Pye as well as Cited by:

      Richard H. Solomon's Chinese Negotiating Behavior is tailored for those readers interested specifically in the area of political negotiation with the Chinese. While parts of the book, specifically around culturally-driven Chinese negotiation styles and their oft-used high-context phraseology may be applicable to business and other types of /5(6). Laogai: the Chinese Gulag / by: Wu, Hongda Harry. Published: () The revolution of a great democratic revolution of China / by: Wu, Yuzhang,


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Chinese Political Negotiating Behavior, Author: Richard H. Solomon Subject: An assessment of the patterns and practices in the ways officials of the People's Republic of China (PRC) managed high-level political negotiations with the United States during the normalization phase of relations between the two countries.

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After two decades of hostile confrontation, China and the United States initiated negotiations in the early s to normalize relations. Senior officials of the Nixon, Ford, Carter, and Reagan administrations had little experience dealing with the Chinese, but they soon learned that their counterparts from the /5.

Chinese Political Negotiating Behavior, An assessment of the patterns and practices 1967-1984 book the ways officials of the People's Republic of China (PRC) managed high-level political negotiations with the United States during the normalization phase of relations between the two countries.

Chinese political negotiating behavior, Santa Monica, CA: Rand. MLA Citation. Solomon, Richard H. Chinese political negotiating behavior, / Richard H.

Solomon Rand Santa Monica, CA Australian/Harvard Citation. This study of Chinese negotiating behavior explores the ways senior officials of the PRC--Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, Deng Xiaoping, and others--managed these high-level political negotiations with their new American "old friends." It follows the negotiating process step by step, and concludes with guidelines for dealing with Chinese officials.

Cultural Notes on Chinese Business Negotiation 2 Second, China’s contemporary guo qing has greatly affected the way business is conducted between Chinese and foreign firms.

For instance, one element of China’s guo qing is lack of economic and social development due to foreign invasions and exploitation in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the military and political movements that File Size: KB. Contact: Meaghan Pierannunzi, USIP Press ; [email protected] 1.

What is the Cross-Cultural Negotiation project and series. In the early s, the United States Institute of Peace initiated a series of conceptual and country-specific assessments on the theme of cross-cultural negotiating (CCN) behavior.

In addition to the present volume, twelve book-length studies have since. The handbook, Chinese Political Negotiating Behavior –, was written by Richard Solomon, a former staff member of the United States National Security Council, and was published by the think tank RAND Corporation in in support of the State Department.

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Solomon, Ty. Cited by: Based on extensive interviews with Chinese and non-Chinese negotiators over a period of five years, the author explains the Chinese approach by using two metaphors: “mobile warfare” and the “joint quest.” Understanding this approach has significant implications for negotiation by: Thomas REINS of Chapman University, CA | Read 13 publications | Contact Thomas REINS Chinese Political Negotiating Behavior, Santa Monica, CA: RAND xviii+ pp., with bibl.

From Richard H. Solomon's Chinese Political Negotiating Behavior,I learn that when Gerald Ford visited the People's Republic of China in. This study of Chinese negotiating behavior explores the ways senior officials of the PRC—Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, Deng Xiaoping, and others—managed these high-level political negotiations with their new American “old friends.” It follows the negotiating process step by step, and concludes with guidelines for dealing with Chinese officials.

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Books Received. Show Author: Anne-Marie Brady. In his books — perceptive volumes on revolutionary leader Mao Zedong and Chinese political negotiating strategies — he sought to help U.S. .