China Wants to ‘Reduce Misunderstanding’ with the US. It Could Start by Talking.

WashPost China Wants To Reduce Misunderstanding With US Could Start Talking

Chinese Ambassador Qin Gang assured a foreign policy gathering here this week that Beijing wants “to reduce misunderstanding and miscalculation” with the United States. If that’s true, why does China continue to resist a U.S. proposal to discuss “strategic stability” between the two increasingly competitive countries?

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