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Institute for Workplace Studies-----------------Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

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U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC)


2014 ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS [ON CHINA] [20 November 2014]


[full-text, 611 pages]


Executive Summary

[full-text, 40 pages]


Comprehensive List of Recommendations

[full-text, 7 pages]


This year’s report covers the key U.S.-China economic and trade issues, security developments

in the U.S.-China relationship, and China’s diplomatic efforts in the Asia-Pacific region and

beyond. The report also examines U.S.-China clean energy cooperation, China’s growing

healthcare industry, and the safety of Chinese drug imports to the United States. In addition,

the report investigates the East Asian regional balance of power, China’s ongoing military

modernization, and Chinese domestic stability. China’s bilateral relationships are also covered,

including China’s relationships with North Korea and Taiwan. The report concludes with an

examination of the ongoing unrest in Hong Kong.



Chapter 1 U.S.-China Economic and Trade Relations.pdf

Chapter 1; Section 1 Year in Review - Economics and Trade.pdf

Chapter 1; Section 2 U.S.-China Bilateral Trade and Economic Challenges.pdf

Chapter 1; Section 3 China's Health Care Industry, Drug Safety, and Market Access for U.S. Medical Goods and Services.pdf

Chapter 1 Section 4 U.S.-China Clean Energy Cooperation.pdf

Chapter 2 Military and Security Issues Involving China.pdf

Chapter 2; Section 1 Year in Review Security and Foreign Affairs.pdf

Chapter 2; Section 2 China’s Military Modernization.pdf

Chapter 2; Section 3 China’s Domestic Stability.pdf

Chapter 3 China and the World.pdf

Chapter 3; Section 1 China and Asia’s Evolving Security Architecture.pdf

Chapter 3; Section 2 Recent Developments in China’s Relationship with North Korea.pdf

Chapter 3; Section 3 Taiwan.pdf

Chapter 3; Section 4 Hong Kong.pdf


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