This paper explores Japan-China power competition over ASEAN after China’s embarking on a revisionist aspiration in the mid-1990s. It called forth a new cold war in their relations. In a new age, the powers employ FTA as a way to add more power to
coldwar made US to have more interest in Northeast Asia. During the coldwar period, US held up the strategy of ‘containment and deterrence’ toward the Communist bloc and took their national security interest seriously. But after the end of coldwar, they mapped out the ‘Strategy of Engagement’ and Enlargement to communist countries and placed their economic interest to priority.
New York Times included interviews of Chinese internet users showed an opinion for justification of Google’s withdrawal in China. The interviewees are almost university students and they welcomed Google’s movement because of free accessibility to learn and get any information they want. These interviews tried to send the idea that the tendency in China is every netizens support Google totally
promote democracies, free expression, free markets
Own any media or information organization
& Gather any information and disseminate the same
& any target audience
Drenching the world in American cultural
Chinese news organizations
Xinhua, China daily, CCTV
International news organizations
Korean news organizations
Chosun daily, KBS, SBS
New World Order
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