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This website aims at improving the Sino-U.S. relations and promoting peace between the mainland and Taiwan. It is published at a critical juncture in Chinese and American history when both countries can celebrate a fruitful mutual engagement, yet face some uncertainties for their long-term interactions.
It is run by the China-U.S. Friendship Exchange, Inc., which was founded in Northern California in September 2006 by Dr. Sheng-Wei Wang, a scholar, writer and media figure. The site will host monthly web publications by invited experts on major China-U.S. issues and related Taiwan topics. Forums and book publications are planned as the website further expands in the future.
New Articles  
06/01/2016   South China Sea: How We Got to This Stage
By Fu Ying and Wu Shicun
Editor’s note: This article reviews the many large or small events in the evolution of the South China Sea situation and demonstrates the possible connections among them.
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06/01/2016   A midnight phone call changed the Sino-Philippine relations
By Binghe Shui Translator Sheng-Wei Wang
In the 1970s, the Cultural Revolution in the mainland of China was in full swing and the political struggle consumed the national strength. In contrast, after defeating the US, Vietnam became complacent, aggressive, and immediately went further to capture the Paracel Islands (also known to the Chinese as Xisha Islands in the South China Sea) near China’s Hainan Island.
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05/01/2016   Say Goodbye to Taiwan (I)
By John J. Mearsheimer
Time is running out for the little island coveted by its gigantic, growing neighbor.
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In this publication, we offer 1) “South China Sea: How We Got to This Stage” by Fu Ying and Wu Shicun; and 2) “A midnight phone call changed the Sino-Philippine relations” by Binghe Shui.


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