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Perspectives shaping the world's most important bilaterial relationship
Perspectives shaping the world's most important bilaterial relationship

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Edward Snowden and US-China Relations
Walker Rowe, Publisher at Southern Pacific Review
Edward Snowden’s swift departure from Hong Kong has put a strain on relations between China and the US. While this international incident comes shortly after the initial meeting of Xi and Obama, Walker Rowe explains that this opportunity can shape, not overshadow, the progress made.
http://goo.gl/q2Wtl
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How to Avoid the “Thucydides Trap”
Su Xiaohui, Research Fellow, China Institute of International Studies
Su Xiaohui writes that China and the US have agreed that the zero-sum game will harm both sides’ interests, and will cooperate in avoiding a Thucydides trap. Specifically, in the process of improving military exchange and managing territorial issues, the two countries may find a way to finally establish a new type of relationship.
http://goo.gl/TpWV6
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China and US Can Build Strategic Trust on Specific Issues
Chou Chaobin, Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
Back in the 1980s, Deng Xiaoping made the remark that China-US relations must be based on mutual trust or they could not move forward. Thirty-odd years have passed, but the trust between the two countries remains somewhat elusive.
http://goo.gl/RK8R7
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Time to Update the Major Power Relations Between China and the US
Tao Wenzhao, Researcher, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
American and Chinese audiences have received the Sunnylands summit between Presidents Xi and Obama very differently. According to Tao Wenzhao, the meeting of the two heads of state was of great historical significance to China-US relations, marking a new path for major power relations.
http://goo.gl/GWbt3
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Could North Korea Become the Breakthrough in the US-China Relations?
George Koo, a board member of New America Media
One of the main breakthroughs from the informal summit between the leaders of China and the US was that Presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping did agree to work together on keeping North Korea in check and the Korean peninsula nuclear free, writes George Koo.
http://goo.gl/16swl
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How We Should Measure Success from the Obama-Xi Summit
Stephen Harner, a former US State Department official
One of the crucial factors in defining the success of Sunnylands will be the discussion of the US pivot to Asia. The current situation and future plans of the US shift are cause for instability in the region. Positive change can only come if the US relinquishes some responsibility to China and other regional powers.
http://goo.gl/4pO0R
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How We Should Measure Success from the Obama-Xi Summit
Stephen Harner, a former US State Department official
One of the crucial factors in defining the success of Sunnylands will be the discussion of the US pivot to Asia. The current situation and future plans of the US shift are cause for instability in the region. Positive change can only come if the US relinquishes some responsibility to China and other regional powers.
http://goo.gl/H7FtQ
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The US and China in the 21st Century: The World Dream of Sunnylands
David Gosset, founder of the Euro-China Forum
The world should be optimistic ahead of the Obama-Xi summit in California. The two-day meeting will likely feature conversation about issues such as cyber-security and the trade. However, the main goal will be for the two statesmen to become familiar and establish a working relationship so they can pursue future goals both for their countries and for the international community.
http://goo.gl/zrYt1
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Opening A New Window at Sunnylands
Shen Dingli, Associate Dean, Fudan Unversity
The casual style of the summit at the Sunnylands estate, without much diplomatic protocol, offers a unique opportunity, writes Shen Dingli. Instead of mutual suspicion, China and the US should jointly open a new window at Sunnylands and breathe the air of freshly discovered trust.
http://goo.gl/kp15p
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Importance of China-US Summit
China and the United States of America have recently announced almost simultaneously the June 7-8 summit between President Xi Jinping and President Barack Obama at the Annenberg estate at Rancho Mirage, California, which has caught worldwide attention. No doubt, the forthcoming summit will have extraordinary importance to China-US relationship and to world stability and development.
http://goo.gl/5xZXt
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