High level officials from China and the United States met in Beijing to discuss a number of economic and geopolitical issues.
It was 2009 when Chinese President Hu Jintao and U.S. President Barack Obama established what has now become the annual, high-level Strategic and Economic Dialogue between the U.S. and China.
Known as S&ED, this year’s meeting, held in Beijing, comes at a time of tension over such issues as the South China Sea, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea and economic uncertainty.
CCTV’s Han Peng has more.
The Heat: China-U.S. Strategic and Economic Dialogue Review Pt 1High level officials from China and the United States meet in Beijing to discuss a number of economic and geopolitical issues.
For more on the S&ED:
- Robert Hormats, former U.S. Under-Secretary of State, and is currently Vice Chairman of Kissinger Associates
- Sun Yun, senior associate with the East Asia program at the Stimson Center
- Ye Hailin, a senior research fellow at the National Institute of International Strategy
To take a more in-depth look at the S&ED:
- Gary Locke, former first Chinese-American Secretary of Commerce, and later became the first Chinese-American to represent the U.S. as Ambassador to China.