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Kitfield: China-U.S. Military-to-Military Relationship Is Key

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Members of a Chinese military honour guard stand at attention during a welcoming ceremony for US Secretary of Defense Robert Gates at Bayi Building in Beijing on January 10, 2011. Gates embarked on a series of meetings with top Chinese generals in a bid to shore up rocky military relations with Beijing, amid US concern over China's advanced weaponry.(ANDY WONG/AFP/Getty Images)

Repairing the relationship between the Chinese and American military could provide a base for furthering diplomatic interests.

N2K: China-U.S. Military-to-Military Relationship is Key
(James Kitfield, video by Theresa Poulson with photos by Getty Images)

 

Video by Theresa Poulson with photos by Getty Images contributed to this article.

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