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The Strategic Interaction between China and the U.S. in the Asia-Pacific Region: A Perspective of“Power Transition”
Sino - U.S. relations
The “power transition” between the “rising power” and “hegemonic power” in history pushes forward the development of international politics. As the two most powerful countries in the Asia-Pacific region, China and the United States and their bilateral relations have influenced the Asia-Pacific region deeply. Since the end of the Cold War, China has strengthened its power and reduced the gap with the United States in terms of the “hard power” of international politics, i.e. economic and military power. The “power transition” between China and the United States is in progress and thus becomes a topic that deserves further research. It is also evident that the “power transition” between China and the United States has great impact on the Asia-Pacific region: the situation on the Korean peninsula, the Taiwan issue, and the South China Sea issue are all affected by Sino - U.S. relations. In the foreseeable future, Sino - U.S. relations will still maintain both competitive and cooperative. The stable development of Sino - U.S. relation is undoubtedly crucial to solving the“hot issues”and maintaining the peace of the Asia-Pacific region.
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