Amid Tension, U.S. And China Seek Military Cooperation

The U.S. and China may be able to participate in military exercises, create rules for dealing with one-off conflicts and improve relations and communications via a new secure teleconferencing channel. But the underlying tensions that strain relations between the world’s two largest economic powers...

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