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U.S. to pursue stable, constructive relationship with China: White House


17:11, November 16, 2012

WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. government will pursue a stable and constructive relationship with China, as part of its strategy of rebalancing to Asia, in order to address diplomatic and economic challenges in today's world, a senior White House official said Thursday.

Speaking at the think tank Center for Strategic and International Studies, Tom Donilon, national security advisor to U.S. President Barack Obama, outlined the reasons and goals of the U.S. Pivot to Asia that the Obama administration began implementing during his first term.

Donilon said the rebalancing is a sustained mutli-dimensional strategy, and "a long-term effort to better position ourselves for the opportunities and challenges we're most likely to face in this century."

Pursuing a stable and constructive relationship is one of the essential elements of the strategy aimed at advancing U.S. national security interests, he said, citing "there are few diplomatic and economic challenges that can be addressed in the world without having China at the table: from North Korea (the DPRK), to Iran, to Syria, to global economic rebalancing and climate change."

"Getting the U.S.-China relationship right is a long-term effort, and we will continue to make this a priority in President Obama's second term," he said.

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