Minister Xu Xueyuan Attended the Advisory Board Meeting of
The RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy


On May 4th, 2018, Minister Xu Xueyuan attended the advisory board meeting of the RAND Center for Asia Pacific Policy (CAPP). Minister Xu briefed the audience on China-U.S. relations and answered questions regarding China-U.S trade frictions, the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula, and maritime safety. vice president, International, at RAND, Ambassador Charles Ries, Chair of the CAPP Advisory Board and former Under Secretary of State, Ambassador Robert Hormats, and the Director of CAPP, Dr. Rafiq Dossani, also joined the meeting.

Minister Xu briefed the audience on the current situation of China-U.S. relations, and pointed out that the two countries have had fruitful cooperation for nearly 40 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations. This has not only benefited the two countries and their peoples, but has also contributed to the peace, stability and prosperity of the world. She noted that China consistently follows the path of peaceful development, commits to people-centered approaches, and makes every effort to implement reform and opening-up measures in accordance with its own goals and at its own paces. She stated that China sincerely hopes that the U.S. side could view the development of China from an objective perspective, work closely with China to build a bilateral relationship featuring the principles of non-conflict, non-confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation, promote mutually beneficial cooperation at higher levels with healthy competition, deliver greater benefits to our two countries and two peoples, and contribute to peace, stability and development in the Asia-Pacific and the world.

Following her presentation, Minister Xu interacted with the CAPP Advisory Board for a discussion on the above issues.


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