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Studio interview: Visit will help strengthen Sino-US military ties

08-18-2013 13:55 BJT

Chinese Defense Minister, Chang Wanquan, has met Admiral Samuel Locklear, commander of all US military forces in the Pacific, in Hawaii. This is the first stop of his official visit to the US and Canada since taking office in March. Full Story>>

For more insight, we are joined in the studio by Professor Zhu Chenghu, from the National Defense University of China.

Q1, What’s the significance of this visit by Chinese Defense Minister Chang Wanquan to the United States?

Q2, What challenges are faced by the development of China-US military ties?


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