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Dialogue 04/26/2013 Impact of Hollande's visits to China

04-27-2013 04:13 BJT

French President Francois Hollande has become the first western leader as a guest of the new administration here in China as well as signing a number of treat deals including the agreement to buy six airbuses. Both sides reached a significant diplomatic consensus to promote a multi-polar world. What can China and France achieve together? What does Beijing’s interest in Paris mean for its relations with the EU? Are trade and economic ties the way forward for international relations in an ever evolving world?

Dialogue 04/26/2013 Impact of Hollande's visits to China

Host: Tian Wei

Tian Wei

Studio Guests:

Bondaz Antoine, visiting scholar of Carnegie-Tsinghua Center

Tao Wenzhao, senior research fellow of Inst. of American Studies, CASS


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