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Dialogue 11/01/04 China-US mutual testing in 2011

01-04-2011 20:28 BJT

The world is witnessing a gradual shift in the relative balance of influence and economic power. The U.S. will remain the pre-eminent superpower for decades. But U.S. sees and senses China’s growing influence and is adjusting its stances to benefit from that nation’s growth and to consolidate its relationships with China.

As the center of gravity of world affairs moves from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the United States needs to forge ties with China. The U.S. and China need to build mutual trust in 2011, in order to cooperate on a range of tough international issues. The test of the future will be whether Washington and Beijing can have differences without fundamentally destabilizing their relationship.

Moderator: Yang Rui

Moderator: Yang Rui

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