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[CICIR] China-U.S. Handshake in Northeast Asia (February 2011)

Yuan Peng, Assistant to President, CICIR
February 28, 2011
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Dual instability has simultaneously shaken China-U.S. ties and Northeast Asian balance of power, putting on hold a Six-Party Talks that promised to give birth to a region-wide security framework based on great power partnerships. The fuse was the impasse in the Korean nuclear issue, the controversial sinking of the South Korean patrol ship Cheonan off the west coast of the Korean Peninsula and the China-Japanese territorial dispute over Diaoyu (known as Senkaku in Japanese) Island in the East China Sea.

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