China Newsweek published an article that categorized a handful of American organizations into one of two camps: the “China School (pro-China) camp” and the “anti-China camp.”
The “anti-China camp” includes the following: 1) the U.S. military industrial complex (U.S. military institutions, arms dealers, and its associated consortium); 2) the AFL-CIO; 3) American religious organizations; 4) Human Rights Watch; 5) The National Endowment for Democracy; 6) the U.S. Business & Industry Council; 7) the U.S. Congressional Human Rights Caucus; 8) the U.S. Tibet Committee for Refugees; 9) Radio Free Asia; 10) the United Steelworkers of America; 11) the United Auto Workers Union; 12) the Alliance of American Manufacturing.
The “pro-China camp” includes: 1) the America-China Society; 2) the National Committee on United States-China Relations; 3) the United States-China Business Council (USCBC); 4) the Sino-U.S. Joint Economic Committee; 5) the Sino-U.S. Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade; 6) the National U.S.-China People’s Friendship Association (USCPFA); 7) the U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce; 8) The Committee of 100; 9). the U.S.-China Association for Promotion of Economy and Trade (UCAPET); 10) the China General Chamber of Commerce – U.S.A.; 11) the American Chinese Federation of Industry & Commerce; 12) Large American enterprises that have a high degree of globalization, such as Microsoft, Boeing, and the giants of the U.S. auto industry.
Source: China Newsweek, October 25, 2012