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US and China are obliged to work together: Dr Kissinger

  • Auteur:Tony
  • Relâchez le:2015-09-14

Henry Alfred Kissinger served as US National Security Advisor and later concurrently as Secretary of State under administration of Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford. His advice is sought by many subsequent presidents even after his term. Always a good friend to Chinese people, Dr Kissinger's talk with then Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai in 1971 led to the rapprochement of US and China. People's Daily had an exclusive interview with Dr Kissinger at his office in New York on Sept 10, 2015.

People's Daily: Dr Kissinger, you have met President Xi several times. It's not easy at all to govern a country like China. What's your impression of Xi?

Dr Kissinger: I have had many conversations with President Xi. He is a man of great determination, who has strong lessons from the experiences of his life, and so I think he is among the rank of the most significant of China.

People's Daily: President Xi is going to pay a state visit to US, what should top the list of president Xi's state visit and what are your expectations for this visit?

Dr Kissinger: What is most important for China and US both is to base their policy on the recognition that they are two great countries who need to work in cooperation, not in confrontation- that is the key thing. And then they should apply this conclusion to a number of concrete issues, and I am very hopeful that progress would be made. I am of a different political party from President Obama, but I fully support efforts by president Obama to achieve these objectives.

People's Daily: You are a very wise man and you opened the great relation between China and US, and you have witnessed the development of this relation for more than 40 years. There are a lot of ups and downs in the process of this relation. According to you, historically speaking, how do you see this relation now and what's kind of wisdom do we need to manage those differences?

Dr Kissinger: well, you know when the relationship started, China was at the very beginning of its economic development. If anybody had shown me in 1971 a picture of what Beijing and Shanghai look like today, I would have said that this is crazy, it can not happen. And it's been achieved so tremendously. I always look at china with the memory of 1971. Though there had been enough economic difficulties, they've been overcome, so I don't pay too much attention to it. Now, In the relation between US and China, when we started the relationship, we had a common adversary. But now we don't have a common adversary. But we have common opportunities. If we don't work together, many of them can't be reached. Some of the problems cannot be solved alone by either China or the US, like the climate, environment, proliferation, weapons of massive destruction, or cyber. These are all the things we need to deal with together. Some of these are totally new, like cyber, that didn't exist when I first came to China, so of course there will be problems. I am very hopeful that President Xi's visit to US will show progress in some of these field and show progress in dialogue.

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