HSS333 Foreign Relations of the US International Affairs

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Running Head:FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE US INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS1“Russia is more important to the USA’s national interests than China.”<Student ID><Student Name><University Name>
FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE US INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS2ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................2Thesis Statement:.............................................................................................................................2Crucial National Interests................................................................................................................2Neutral Relations between US and Russia......................................................................................3Three Reasons..................................................................................................................................5Related to Peace...........................................................................................................................5Aspects Of Prosperity..................................................................................................................6Aspects Of Principle....................................................................................................................6Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................7References........................................................................................................................................8
FOREIGN RELATIONS OF THE US INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS3IntroductionAfter around twenty years post the disintegration of Soviet Union and the emergence of Russiawhich resulted in the independence of the state, the capital, Moscow has not been included in thelist of the strategic rivals of America. According to the current diplomatic and political dynamicsin the international relations, Russia does not acquire the position of being a friend or an enemyof United States of America. This has been due to the fact that regardless of the World Wars inthe past, Moscow and Russia have become successful in overcoming the conformation of ColdWar. However, the fact that both the world powers have are yet to develop sustainable relationsof cooperation (Agnew, 2016).As per the present day, US and Russia have a much better bilateral relationship which is ofcrucial national interest of America than that of China. The relationship of the United States withChina encompasses a wide range of issues right from security to broad issues of economy liketrade, human rights and environment (Andreas, et al., 2014). The fact that the relation of USwith China always has been under question always exists. Moreover, there always exists a heatedenvironment between the diplomatic responses that United States and China have.There is always an environment of competition between US and China as China happens to bethe second largest economy of the world right after US. China has been developing significantand continuous strategies clout in the global platform (Davis, 2015). Hence, it can be said thatthe shared history between all three countries right from the times of World War have created adiplomatic environment for the United States of America to have better national interests withRussia than China.Thesis Statement:Why Russia is more important to the USA’s national interests than China?Crucial National InterestsDespite of variations in the appoint of Prime Ministership in both Russia and China, it could beobserved that US has always tried to maintain balanced relationship with Russia and acompetitive relationship which is much bound by alert with China. It can also be observed thatafter the appointment of Vladimir Putin as the Prime Minister of Russia, the rhetoric seems to betougher (Farese, 2017). However, the politicians routinely in both the countries have been
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