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Marching Onward

Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen's recent visit to China constituted an important part of the improving Sino-U.S. military relationship, but their core differences, including the South China Sea issue, cannot be easily ironed out

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Interview: Significance of Mullen's Visit
Mullen Holds Talks With Chinese Counterpart
Mullen Firms on U.S. Stance on South China Sea
- Building a New Military Relationship
China and the United States should take joint efforts to improve ties between their armed forces
- Building the Sino-U.S. Bridge
Mutual confidence is key to a cooperative relationship between China and the United States
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