Green Shoots Emerging from " New" US-China Diplomacy
The design of the Obama administration's "new" diplomacy towards China is anchored on reduced confrontation, improved communications, "uncle/guanxi" feelings which build "relationships" rather than "contacts," and a positive mental attitude.
Wang to Geithner: I Could Be Your Uncle
Vice Premier Wang's dramatic expression drove home the following message: US Secretary Geithner and I have a personal relationship ("guanxi") which distinguishes success from failure.
S&ED: "New Diplomacy in Washington"
Nowhere is the U.S. new diplomacy towards China more transparent than the opening ceremonies yesterday which resemble a fraternity rush event, wooing the skeptical to join the team.
Illusion of "China's Attack on India Before 2012"
However, there is one scenario where there is possibility for war: an aggressive Indian policy toward China, a "New Forward Policy," may aggravate border disputes and push China to use force – despite China's appeal, as far as possible, for peaceful solutions.
WSJ Tramples a Lot of Chinese Toes in its Xinjiang, China Coverage
But the Chinese government and media also need to think over why western media always report issues so differently. Cultural differences are certainly at play, but on the other hand the government also needs to be more open transparent in the reporting of such issues.
China, among Others, Ought to Move on a Strategic Aid in Pakistan
Contrary to impressions in the west, recent polls indicate that the majority of Pakistanis consider economic and political conditions to be a greater priority than terrorism, suggesting a real opportunity to gain control over the global threat that the Pakistani situation poses.
Pelosi's "Historic" Trip to China
Known for unfurling years ago a banner in Tiananmen Square in memory of protestors, she felt this time that she could better get the attention of the Chinese policy makers with this bill in her traveling bag than by waving a clean energy banner in Beijing.
The Mutation of the China-US Strategic "Economic" Dialogue
The date of this year's China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue has not been officially announced but may take place during the last week of July in Washington, according to sources familiar with scheduling, who spoke to ChinaStakes on conditions of confidentiality.
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