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Sino-Us Military Relations Since Tiananmen: Restoration, Progress, And Pitfalls

By Yuan, Jing-Dong

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Excerpt: Sino-US relations have experienced uneven developments over the last decade as the two major powers have grappled with the evolving post-ColdWar international security environment as well as shifting domestic agendas and foreign policy priorities. The bilateral military-to-military relationship likewise has gone through a period of resumption and exploration, important achievements and major setbacks, and continued efforts at improving mutual trust and understanding. Among the key features of this relationship are high-level exchange visits of defense ministers and military leaders; confidence-building measures, including the Military Maritime Consultative Agreement, annual Defense Consultation Talks, and port visits; and regular contacts at the functional level between the two countries’ national defense universities and military academies. Through these contacts, the two militaries have begun to engage each other in exchanging views on threat perceptions, perspectives on global arms control and regional security, defense conversion, military doctrines, and broader politico-security issues.

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Title: Sino-Us Military Relations Since Tiananmen: Restoration, Progress, And Pitfalls  
Author: Yuan, Jing-Dong
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Language: English
Subject: Military, Armed Forces., National defense.
Collection: Military and Armed Forces Library Collection
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Historic
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Publisher: Department of Defense
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