February 22, 2014

Pressuring China Is Blowing Up in America's Face

Zhao Kejin, China.org

The Associated Press

In 2014, China will work to reform while the United States will be busy with its midterm elections. As two of the most influential major powers in the world, neither China nor the United States wants to stir up trouble. Safeguarding stability has become the main tone of China-U.S. relations.

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