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Telephone interview: Significance of Sino-US denfese talks

12-08-2011 19:15 BJT

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For more on the issue, we can speak to Mr. Tao Wenzhao, a research fellow at the Institute of American Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Thanks for joining us.

Q1:These talks are considered by many analysts as a sign the countries are trying to keep relations on an even keel despite the tensions. What do you think?

Q2:Military ties between China and the US seem to be trapped in a circle where they get worse, then a little better then worse again. Why is that? Is there any way to break the circle?

Thank you Mr. Tao.

 

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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