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U.S. Media is Used to Deceiving Itself

November 27, 2009 // Sohu - China - Chinese

A short visit cannot put an end to the differences between China and the U.S., but behind the sensationalized headlines on China’s currency, “human rights” issues, and global warming, what we can see is the U.S. media’s long-standing arrogance and patronizing attitude.

China’s Reaction to U.S. Strategy

November 26, 2009 // DF Daily - China - Chinese

Since Obama has been in charge of the White House, the U.S. government has actively initiated a so-called “clever strength” strategy, which emphasizes the utilization of two-fold tactics: soft and hard diplomacy. Remolding the strength of the U.S.'s world leadership, particularly the strategy used towards China, is [Read more]

Turning the Focus Outward

November 21, 2009 // Sohu - China - Chinese

Going from wanting others to understand us (China) to trying to understand others isn’t just an outward change; it’s a condition and foundation for mutual communication, understanding, respect, and cooperation between the U.S. and China.

Obama Improves Sino-U.S. Relations

November 20, 2009 // People's Daily - China - Chinese

Wenzhao Tao, researcher at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and chairman of the Association of the History of Sino-U.S. Relations, was a guest of Qiangguo Forum today. He believes that Obama has made a perfect transition for Sino-U.S. relations. Since the beginning of this year, Sino-U.S. relations have steadily [Read more]

The U.S.’s Greatest China Fear

November 20, 2009 // Oriental Morning Post - China - Chinese

If the U.S. cannot balance China’s political and cultural influence, or alter China’s position on contentious issues, then that could mean the U.S.’s influence is on the decline.
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