Reflecting on Vice President Joe Biden’s trip to Asia, Stephen Harner analyzes the success of the Vice President’s diplomatic overtures and argues that a “commitment to action and adjustment” is necessary to continue building relations in the region.
Following Vice President Joe Biden’s trip to Beijing, Wang Wenfeng reflects upon the US perception of China’s newly-established Air Defense Identification Zone and lays out four positive signals from the visit.
While Vice President Joe Biden’s trip to Asia began with trepidation, Yang Xiyu points out that constructive discourse and a close relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping allowed both leaders to focus on cooperation, rather than confrontation.
The title of this essay is taken from what the US Vice President Joe Biden addressed when he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing on December 4, 2013. If this was what meant, it looks that the VP and the US are getting more mature. Even if this didn’t tell all truth, it still illustrated where the US was acceptable, as the sole superpower in the world, in dealing with all sorts of delicate international issues, writes Shen Dingli.
China, US are obliged to deepen cooperation and intensify exchanges to build a new model of major-country relations, writes Shen Dingli.
Japan’s viewpoints on history, international law and Asia are in direct contravention of contemporary international law, writes Liu Junhong.
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