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ID number:665218
Published: 28.03.2019.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 9 units
References: Used
Time period viewed: 2016 - 2020 years
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Topic and Research problem    3
  Research question    3
  Hypothesis    3
  Conceptual framework: soft balancing in international politics    4
  Methodology    4
  US unilateralism in the Donald Trump presidency    5
  Methodology - Single Case study of Russia-China soft-balancing against US    6
  Analysis - US unilateralism [Donald Trump presidency 8th November 2016- present]    7
  Russia- China soft balancing cooperation[Donald Trump presidency 8th November 2016- present]    11
  Conclusions    12
  References    13

In this paper I have aimed to reserach how strong is US unilateralism influence to make Russia and China to “put heads together”. The findings I did found related to my topic seemed way to boosting the social media. In a way, people reacting about new changes and majority applies with the statememt that D. Trump “radical” way of trade wars are not as bad as he claims on the social media (Twitter) conferences. I would haunting the financial markets Today, United States is not giving any different choice but only cooperation for China and Russia. The main drivers of Sino-Russian cooperation are accelerating the bilateral relationship beyond the current capacity of the brakes. This trend poses increasingly serious challenges to the U.S.-supported order in both nations’ respective priority spheres of concern—Russia in Europe and the Middle East, and China in Asia along the country’s rim. The challenges posed by Russia include not only military maneuvers and incursions but also cyber and political warfare that has threatened to undermine elections in the United States and Europe, European unity, and NATO solidarity.
The two countries work separately and together to complicate and curb U.S. power and influence in the political, economic, and security domains. Joint efforts involve measures in multilateral and bilateral relations with U.S. adversaries such as North Korea, Iran, and Syria, as well as other steps to challenge regional and global norms and institutions backed by the United States.
United States is not naive and definitely not “sitting steady”. In December 2017, the Trump administration laid out a multifaceted National Security Strategy, which is complemented by a National Defense Strategy announced by the Pentagon in January.…

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