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o have a constructive and cooperative rather than confrontational relationship with the United States. We want to base ourselves on mutual respect, mutual understanding, and hopefully mutual accommodation with the aim of mutual benefit. That has been the essence of our policy all along, ever since President Nixon and Dr. Kissinger visited China. I dont think there is a fundamental change with regard to this basic approach. But at the same time, our relations have changed a great def

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al. It has expanded, it has deepened, and it has gotten more complicated, more comprehensive and morF

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e complex. We have opened up many new areas for cooperation, areas which we may not have imagined about early on. For instance, Mr. Secretary, you and your Chinese counterpa0

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rt initiated the G20 process in response to the global financial crisis. That was the kind of cooperation people had hardly imagined about during the Nixon and Kissinger ye6

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ars. We also handled issues like climate change, international terrorism and epidemics like Ebola in Africa. Even for this current pandemic, there has been a good degree of P

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cooperation between Chinas provinces and cities and American states and cities, between companies and institutions of the two countries. So we have opened up many areas forK

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cooperation, and we have also handled the differences in a constructive and pragmatic way. To be fair, some of the differences will remain with us for many years to come. WV

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e have to recognize that there will always be differences between us because we are two different countries with very different historical heritages, different cultures, anC