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Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)
CSPAN
Jul 6, 2017 1:04pm EDT
far as the george w. bush administration, who coined that phrase. muchhinese paper very contends that the u.s. alliance system is increasingly targeting china and it calls for the united states to give up that attempt to build this sort of anti-china coalition. favors anthat china open and inclusive security system rather than alliance-based system, but says china can tolerate the alliances as long as they are not targeted at china. there,e bit of ambiguity whether ultimately alliances can be part of the system, but the bottom line is that the u.s. led withnce system can coexist an increasingly influential china in the region, if the u.s. gives up that effort. for the u.s., this paper does -- in anyy any way way, the alliances as aimed at china. it talks about the alliances as the basis for our regional position. it lists several threats that our alliances are trying to deal with such as north korea's emerging nuclear capabilities and maritime conflicts. a very good -- a very different discussion of alliances. -- talk to witt about china's concern about alliances in regional security
CSPAN
Jul 21, 2017 4:13pm EDT
responsible stakeholder in this rules -based order and that goes back to the george w. bush administration who coined that phrase. secondly, as regional security architecture and alliances and the chinese paper very much contends that the us alliance system is increasingly targeted china and it calls for the united states to give up that attempt to build this anti- china coalition. it states that china favors an open and inclusive security system rather than an alliance pay system but says china can tolerate the alliances as long as they are not targeted at china. a little bit of ambiguity there so that ultimately alliances can be a part of the system but the bottom line is that the us lied alliance system can coexist with increasingly influential china in the region if the us gives up that effort. now, for the us, this paper doesn't betray in any way the alliances is aimed at china -- it talks about the allies as the basis of our regional position, it list lifts threat the allians are trying to deal with, such as, north korea's emergence in nuclear capabilities and terroris
CSPAN
Jul 7, 2017 6:57am EDT
this rules based order and that goes back as far as george w. bush administration who coined that phrase. and it states that china favors open-inclusive security service rather than alliance-based system but says china can tolerate alliances as long as they're not targeted at china. so little bit of ambiguity there. whether ultimately alliances can be part of the system, but the bottom line is that the u.s.-led alliance system can coexist with increasingly influential china in the region if the u.s. gives up that effort. now, for the u.s., this paper doesn't portray in any way the alliances as aimed at china and talks about the allies as the basis of our regional position, it lists several threats that our alliances are trying to deal with such as, of course, north korea's emerging missile and nuclear capabilities, talks about terrorism and maritime conflicts. when i was at the roll-out in may in china of the chinese version of this, madame, talked a bit about china's concern about alliances in the regional security, architecture. so i think that this really is a difference that t
CSPAN
Jul 18, 2017 11:25am EDT
as the george w. bush administration who coined that phrase. secondly is regional security and architectural alliances. and the chinese paper very much contends that the u.s. alliance system is increasingly targeting china. and it calls for the united states to give up that attempt to build this sort of anti-china coalition. and it states that those who try to open a rather secure system rather than the alliance system. but says china can tolerate the alliances as long as they are not targeted at china. so a little bit of ambiguity there ultimately whether alliances can be part of the system, but it does -- the bottom line is that the u.s.-led alliance system can co-exist with an increasingly influential china in the region if the u.s. gives up the effort. now, for the u.s., this paper doesn't portray in any way the alliances as aimed at china. and it talks about the allies as the basis of our regional position. it lists several threats that are alliances that we're trying to deal with. such as north korea's emerging missile and nuclear capabilities and maritime conflicts. very
Search Results 0 to 6 of about 7 (some duplicates have been removed)