China-U.S. military ties in the spotlight in China’s territorial waters

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After last week’s virtual meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and U.S. President Joe Biden, hopes of warming bilateral relations are high. But on Tuesday, the U.S. sent another warship through the Taiwan Straits. The sailing of the USS Milius is part of what Washington calls routine activity. China condemned such moves and warned there would be no compromise on issues related to China’s core interests, especially on Taiwan affairs. It seems the icebreaker in China-U.S. tensions is short-lived. Could China and the U.S. really build common sense “guard rails” in bilateral relations from last week’s virtual meeting? And what is the bottom line between the two countries? Former Chinese Defense Ministry official, Senior Colonel Zhou Bo, shared his views.

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