US-China ties under strain ahead of Hu-Bush summit – Carol Giacomo

From Reuters via the Washtington Post (link)

U.S. ties with China are becoming strained over security and economic issues after a relative calm, presenting a difficult challenge as President George W. Bush and Chinese President Hu Jintao meet next week.

The two leaders are eager to keep disagreements over matters such as trade and China’s military buildup from disrupting a relationship seen as central to international stability and economic well-being.

But experts expect only modest results from Hu’s first presidential visit to Washington on April 20, and many are wary about the future as domestic political pressures grow for the United States to treat China as the next major adversary.

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