Reflections on Sino-US Contradictions and Countermeasures

Lixing Zou


The world is surging, the current situation is turbulent, and China-US relations are more complex and sensitive. This paper makes a systematic analysis of China-US relations and explores ways to improve. The main contradiction of China-US relations is caused by different national strategic interests. China-US relations have adverse and favorable conditions, different values and cultural norms, which is objective and natural for the two countries. But fundamentally speaking, there is no geopolitical conflict of interest between China and the United States, no border issue or resource dispute. On the Taiwan issue, China’s main goal is to realize the reunification of the motherland, not to fight with the United States. The two poles are connected between China and the United States, occupies a pivotal position in global geography, reflects the ecological characteristics of human society, and have an irreplaceable axle bearing role on the global socio-economic and political order. China and the United States need to face up to the objectively existing situation and work together to promote the establishment of healthy, standardized and benign competition and cooperation relations; need to hold high the United Nations Charter and jointly safeguard the international order. The US strategy moves eastward, and the contradiction directly points to China, increasing the challenge of China’s external environment. China needs to base itself on the domestic market, take a global perspective, and strengthen multi-level and all-round international exchanges. Both two countries need to the unity of competition and cooperation, the unity of diversity and consistency, unity of “seeking common ground” and “reserving differences”, and enhance computing power, maintain composure and master balance.

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