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Rethinking U.S.-China Relations

President Barack Obama’s trip this week to Southeast Asia, the focus of much U.S-Chinese tension, reminds us that with new leadership now set in both the United States and China, it is time for both nations to continue searching for a new way to frame their relationship with each other.

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  • Nina Hachigian

The United States and China have been searching for a new way to frame their relationship. President Barack Obama’s trip this week to Southeast Asia, the focus of much U.S-Chinese tension, reminds us that with new leadership now set in both countries, it is time for them to carry on with that important task.

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Nina Hachigian

Senior Fellow