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Choose 6 of the following in essay form, must supporting your answer where possible with reference relevant data. each essay should have 4 paragraphs.

1. From Beijings perspective, the emerging configuration in East Asia looks remarkably like arestoration of the pre-Opium War order. To what degree is this a convincing view? What key changes will the US have to make to accommodate such a reality?

2. At what point did the US become irrevocably committed to intervention in Vietnam? What led to that commitment?

3. America has assumed that the emergency of powers in East Asia would be broadly consistent with the continuation of the rules-based order created by the uS in the wake of WWll. In what major ways is that assumption under challenge?

4. How did American Cold War priorities shape the development of East Asia after WWll?

5. Trade has been a major aspect of US relations with East Asia since the voyage of the Empress of China in 1783. How has its role in US/East Asian relations changed over the postwar period?

6. In what ways did continued uS presence facilitate stability in post-Cold War East Asia? What factors have eroded the US role?

7. Down to Japans surrender, the Korean peninsula scarcely registered as a concern for American statesmen. How have the unresolved tensions there since the Armistice of 1953 shaped US policy in the ensuing decades?

8. In the wake of Nationalist failure to consolidate their position in China after 1945, the US voted to reliance on Japan as its key ally in the region. What are the key challenges this has posed for American diplomacy over the ensuing seven decades and how have they been

9. What were the most important consequences of US involvement in Southeast Asia between 1950 and 1975 for the US? For Southeast Asia?

10. Since the opening to the People's Republic of China in 1972, the issue of Taiwan has remained a contentious one in US/PRC relations. Assess the way in which that issue has been manage over the years.

11. What US interests were served by US willingness to accommodate state-led, export-oriented development first in Japan, then in South Korea, and finally in the PRC in the postwar period? The Trump administration is unwilling to continue these policies: does that reflect a more accurate assessment of US interest, naivete, or changed circumstances?( Provide evidence in support of your conclusion

12. To what degree and in what ways has the issue of climate change reshaped US relations with East Asia? To what degree should it, going forward?

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2. At what point did the US become irrevocably committed to intervention in Vietnam?
What led to that commitment?
The U.S became involved in Vietnam at the time when President Johnson ascended to
power after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. His involvement in the Vietnam War
was to prove to his close aides and the country at large that he had the capacity to contain the
situation (Leifer 102). He did not want to lose political support from his allies in enacting the
Great Society. Therefore, he opted to join the war to avoid being blamed for losing Vietnam to
communism just like China had been lost by his predecessor, President Harry S. Truman.
During his rule, President John F Kennedy had disengaged the country from the
Vietnamese affairs after corruption and political turmoil emerged between President Diem, a
Roman Catholic, and his Buddhist rivals who were advocating for communism (Leifer 115). The
rivalry that existed made the U.S lose confidence in the Vietnamese administration especially
with the killing of Diem which shook the country’s administration.
With the ascension of President Johnson into power, he increased the number of military
advisers in the country from 900 to 2300 to contain the situation in Vietnam. The main reason as
to why the U.S joined the Vietnam War was to avoid the spread of communism which was on
the rise especially among the Asian countries. Additionally, an attack on the North Vietnamese

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craft further fueled Johnson’s commitment to the Vietnamese War. He increased the number of
American troops in the South to increase security to the already deployed military advisors.
The war escalated with major strategic bombings being directed to the North. The US
wanted to model the Southern Vietnamese soldiers so that they would fight the war on their own
against the Northerners who were considered to be pro-Communists. As a result, the Southerners
began modernizing their armies in the ensuing fight against communism.
4. How did American Cold War priorities shape the development of East Asia after WWll?
After world war two, the United States exhibited dominance over global affairs for years.
The success that the country gained during the war with its homeland remaining undamaged
made it confident in attempts to expand its ideologies and fight against communi...

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