Trade talks between China and the U.S. have made progress. Delegations from both countries have sent positive signals, indicating that the situation can be resolved to the benefit of the global economy. While both countries have suffered since the dispute began last year, it is now hoped a resolution can be reached in the near future.
How does China view Sino-U.S. relations against this backdrop? Will they be dominated by cooperation or confrontation? Beijing Review asked two members of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference National Committee for their opinion. Yang Guangbin, Dean of the School of International Studies, Renmin University of China and Huang Ping, President of the Chinese Association of American Studies gave their answers.