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BEIJING – Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, whose administration formalized diplomatic ties with China 30 years ago, on Monday urged President-elect Barack Obama to find ways to work more closely with Beijing on global issues.
Carter also called the US-China diplomatic relationship the most important in the world today and predicted it would continue to greatly benefit both sides for decades to come.
In an interview with The Associated Press, Carter said both sides had to overcome period
Originally posted by jibeho
Quite a few good points have been on this post. However, did it take Jimmy Carter opening his jabber jaw to realize all of this. Probably not.
Carter, zip it. For some reason he feels compelled to try and save what little legacy he has left behind. Perhaps we should take advice from him on how to deal with OPEC nations.
Originally posted by huckfinn
I think a basic change is taking hold on how Taiwan and China interact with one another, reducing the possibility of the United States having to get involved in a military incident.