Strategic Reassurance In Strategy

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After the careful analysis of the current situation and various perspectives in the first part the of book, the authors introduce how theses factors may be used to improve the chances of a more cooperative outcomes. In the second part of the book, it develops specific suggestions across military domains and strategic activities, and recommend strategic reassurance in practice.
There are three categories China and the U.S. can both take part in to achieve reassurance, according with bases, deployment and operation arrangements can provide strategic reassurance: military modernization, military contingency and strategic domain. Firstly, the strategies each side develops for military modernization and military spending. Many supports arms control strategy. Mutual formalized arms control may or may not require big treaty negotiation, but
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Especially with developed nuclear weapons, a world war could destroy the whole human history. Both China and the U.S. have a positive agenda to pursue and hopes for optimistic futures. There’s a fundamental amount of respect between these two nations that provides the basis for not having to go through that war to get to a stable great power relationship. China and the U.S. are closely tied to each other in various aspects: economic trading, international policy making, and so forth. Sino-U.S. relation benefits from mutually, so U.S.’s foreign policy towards China becomes quintessential in the 21st century. There is a lot of comprehensive or systemic categories of things in terms of strategic reassurance: restraint, reinforce, transparency, transparent, resilient and resolve. Admittedly, the U.S. and China will keep competing, as well as the rest of the world. Nevertheless, both countries should develop mutual appreciation of what the other side has to offer and see merits of the other

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