By Michelle Murray Yang
Despite the U.S. and China’s shared fiscal and political pursuits, mistrust among the international locations persists. How does the us rhetorically navigate its courting with China in the course of endured mistrust? This book pursues this question through rhetorically analyzing U.S. information and political discourse about the 2008 Beijing Olympic video games, the 2010 U.S. midterm elections, the 2012 U.S. presidential election, and the 2014-2015 chinese language cyber espionage controversy. It unearths that reminiscence frames of China because the yellow peril and the purple risk have mixed to build China as a threatening pink peril. crimson peril characterizations revive and revise yellow peril tropes of China as an ethical, political, monetary and army danger via imbuing them with anti-communist ideology. Tracing the origins, services, and implications of the crimson peril, this research illustrates how historic representations of the chinese language risk proceed to restrict figuring out of U.S.-Sino kinfolk by means of conserving the international locations’ courting mired within the past.
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