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Beijing is seeking to pull US-China relations out of their current downturn, perhaps the most serious since the two countries established diplomatic relations in 1979. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi spoke about this subject on July 9 to the China-US Think Tanks and Media Online Forum. 

Wang’s speech is important as an authoritative statement of the pitch Beijing is making to the US policy-making community, much of which has become disillusioned with China during Xi Jinping’s rule. Following are Wang’s main points and my responses.  

Wang blamed poor bilateral relations on “some in the US with ideological biases” who “seek relentlessly to frustrate and contain China’s development” and “to portray China as an adversary.”

Indeed, Americans in general have an “ideological bias” against authoritarianism. What is really remarkable is how little effort Americans made, despite this bias, either to “contain” China or to treat it as an enemy during the post-Cold War era.

The driving assumption of US policy for about three decades was that if America was engaging and inclusive toward China, a wealthier and internationally integrated China would be more supportive of liberal global norms. But Xi’s crackdown on civil society at home and bullying abroad dispelled that American hope. Hence the emergence of a tougher US policy. 



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