U.S., China Should Expand Military Cooperation, CSIS Says

Credit: USS Nimitz: USN
The U.S. and China should expand their military cooperation programs to reduce tension and prevent unwanted clashes on the sea and in the air, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) says in a recent report. "Furthering the implementation of conflict-avoidance mechanisms should...

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