Global Times: think tank circles in Washington always think that the United States has suffered a great loss

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 Global Times: think tank circles in Washington always think that the United States has suffered a great loss


Its not only puzzling to see such a scene: is this all that American society views on China? Obviously not. Its not hard to find out in-depth local interviews in the United States that compared with Washingtons rhetoric, local officials in the United States are more concerned about attracting investment and improving peoples livelihood, while China is obviously an important partner. At a forum of Governors of China and the United States, Matthew Bevan, the former governor of Kentucky, said frankly that he was worried about the abnormal mentality towards China prevailing in the American academic and public opinion circles, we should keep a high vigilance, and not let the narrow-minded dominate history and public opinion.. Dai Bo, director of Kissinger Institute of China US relations, said, the current complaints from the United States about China mainly come from the lack of confidence and undermining China US relations will hurt everyones interests. Neil bush, President of the George Bush foundation for U.S. - China relations, also told reporters that many Americans only want the United States to be the most powerful, but when they see an increasingly powerful China, their mentality begins to become abnormal. Its even more important for us think tanks to be calm. Source: Zhang mengxu, author of Global Times editor: Wang Xiaowu, NF

Its not only puzzling to see such a scene: is this all that American society views on China? Obviously not. Its not hard to find out in-depth local interviews in the United States that compared with Washingtons rhetoric, local officials in the United States are more concerned about attracting investment and improving peoples livelihood, while China is obviously an important partner. At a forum of Governors of China and the United States, Matthew Bevan, the former governor of Kentucky, said frankly that he was worried about the abnormal mentality towards China prevailing in the American academic and public opinion circles, we should keep a high vigilance, and not let the narrow-minded dominate history and public opinion.. Dai Bo, director of Kissinger Institute of China US relations, said, the current complaints from the United States about China mainly come from the lack of confidence and undermining China US relations will hurt everyones interests. Neil bush, President of the George Bush foundation for U.S. - China relations, also told reporters that many Americans only want the United States to be the most powerful, but when they see an increasingly powerful China, their mentality begins to become abnormal. Its even more important for us think tanks to be calm.