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ASIAdocument.write(“” + m[today.getMonth()+1]+ ” “+ today.getDate()+”, ” + theYear + ” “);HOMECHINAWORLDBUSINESSLIFESTYLECULTURETRAVELSPORTSOPINIONREGIONALFORUMNEWSPAPERChina Daily PDFChina Daily E-paperChina Daily Global PDFChina Daily Global E-paperWorld / Asia-PacificAsia PacificUS & CanadaLatin AmericaEuropeAfricaMiddle EastReporters JournalChina, US need to manage differences over South China Sea: experts(Xinhua) Updated:2016-07-06 18:32Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallWASHINGTON  — China and the United States need to manage their differences over the South China Sea issue, as they are bracing for an arbitral courts ruling, experts said Tuesday.One week ahead of the July 12 ruling over the South China Sea case initialed by the Philippines, a group of former Chinese and American officials and experts on international law and foreign relations held a dialogue in Washington to discuss the rulings legality, possible reactions and its implications on the China-US relations.In a keynote speech at the dialogue held at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Dai Bingguo, former Chinese state councilor in charge of foreign affairs, reiterated that China will not accept the ruling because the tribunal under the Permanent Court of Arbitration has no jurisdiction over the case.Noting the rising tensions in the South China Sea as the United States steps up its pressure on China to abide by the ruling, Dai issued a call for cooling down the issue, warning otherwise it could lead to unexpected accidents and even chaos in the region and Asia.At the same time, Dai bluntly warned any party against trying to enforce the court ruling or force China into its implementation. Particularly, the Philippines should be dissuaded from making further provocations.Dai also urged China and the United States to manage their differences constructively, demanding Washington scale back its “heavy-handed intervention” in the South China Sea issue.He reaffirmed that, despite all the negative factors, China remains committed to peaceful settlement of the South China Sea disputes with concerned parties through negotiations.COOLING DOWN TEMPERATURE OF SOUTH CHINA SEAMost experts attending the dialogue praised Dais speech for clarifying Chinas position ahead of the court ruling, while echoing Dais call for cooling down the temperature of the South China Sea for the sake of peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific.The speech “certainly reinforces a very clear position that China has taken on the issue for a while, (and) there is a continued offer for cooperation,” said Rodger Baker, vice president of strategic analysis at the Stratfor, a geopolitical intelligence firm.Douglas Paal, vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, a US think tank, said it “is the time for diplomats and politicians to exercise cool judgment and try to find ways to keep the issue from exploding into something more dangerous.”Paal told reporters that both China and the United States can do a lot more to cool things down and related parties in the dispute can “find ways to manage the arbitration award, and to keep it from becoming a source of additional tensions and conflicts.”Stapleton Roy, former US Ambassador to China and a senior fellow at the Wilson Center, told reporters that Dai gave a “very detailed and comprehensive statement of Chinas view on the issues in the South China Sea.”He agreed with Dais call for cooling down the situation, noting its important to resolve territorial issues peacefully through negotiations instead of threats or use of force.”China and the US should work collaboratively on this issue. I think thats very important point also,” Roy commented on Dais remarks.Brendan Mulvaney, associate chair of the Languages and Cultures Department of the US Naval Academy, told Xinhua that he did not expect the US reaction to the court ruling to be very aggressive because it is not a claimant to the territorial dispute.At the same time, he expected China and the United States not to take “any super aggressive steps” to worsen the situation.Previous Page1 2 Next PagePrevious Page1 2 Next Page0Related StoriesSouth China Sea: How we got to this stageWhy dual-track approach most effective to solve South China Sea disputes?Former senior Chinese official calls for cooling South China Sea issuePresident Xis remarks on South China Sea issueUS needs to readjust attitude regarding South China Sea issueSouth China Sea issue debate – from foreign politiciansWhos really militarizing South China Sea?PhotoUNs top environmental honors go to three in ChinaGerman trains collide near Duesseldorf, several people injuredLiu heralds UK partnership in education and researchEfforts needed for sustainable projects1st Panda cub born in France named Yuan MengFree trade studies agreed on as Li meets with Canadian PM TrudeauChina-JapanChina-USChina-AfricaChina-EuropeLi tells Japanese business leaders its time for bilateral cooperationChina-Japan meet seeks cooperationGroup of lawmakers visit notorious Yasukuni Shrine in JapanJapan can offer experience, expat saysChina-Japan ties seen at dialogue as benefit to regionChina, Japan officials exchange views on security issues at 15th dialogueChinese music finds new foothold in United StatesC919 flies toward air worthinessPolitical leaders: Sino-US relations to growChina vows steps after US launches probe into aluminum tradeGates is added to top-tier Chinese academyYao helps AB InBev fight alcohol abuseAction urged over pollutionUNs top environmental honors go to three in ChinaChina unveils Model Confucius Institute edifice in Ghana universityChina vows to deepen bilateral ties with new Zimbabwe govtChinese, African parties meet to share wisdom on modernization2nd China-Africa Investment Forum begins in MoroccoLiu heralds UK partnership in education and researchPeak performance by Chinese nurse on Scotlands mountains9-month festival of Chinese art, heritage to be staged in Liverpool, UK, next yearChina eyes closer economic, trade cooperation with BelarusPremier calls to enhance trade liberalization and facilitation in SCOPremier: China to advance production capacity with UzbekistanAsia PacificUS & CanadaEuropeAfricaMiddle EastChinese tourists go to South KoreaChina-Japan meet seeks cooperationUN envoys trip to DPRK praised by BeijingBelt and Road a great opportunity: Uzbek officialKwaussie wins Australias word of the yearJapan can offer experience, expat saysTrudeau visits Sina WeiboChina, Canada agree to issue joint statement on climate changeDemocrats stand united against GOP tax billUS quits talks on global migration pactTensions triggered over possible moveSino-Canadian bilateral trade ties to deepen furtherMay gets little gasp as EU extends deadline for sufficient progress in Brexit talksRussia banned from Pyeongchang Winter OlympicsGerman trains collide near Duesseldorf, several people injuredLiu heralds UK partnership in education and researchBoth first ladies name panda cub Yuan MengLiu Yandong heralds bilateral cooperation in education and researchEthiopian FM urges strengthened Ethiopia-China tiesUNs top environmental honors go to three in ChinaAction urged over pollutionBelt and Road Initiative to help countries achieve UN goals: officialChina unveils Model Confucius Institute edifice in Ghana universityMorocco king holds historic talks with South African president in AbidjanYemens ex-president Saleh, relatives killed by HouthisTrump recognition of Jerusalem as Israeli capital would raise regional tensionsYemen rattled by raids as clashes spreadSquash a perfect match for girl refugees in JordanSyrian talks in Geneva to continue to Dec 15: UN envoyAll parties in Syria urged to join talksMost PopularHot TopicsSouth China SeaEU referendumUS electionG20 summitDPRKIran nuclear talksChina and JapanGreek debt crisisGaza woeRefugee crisisReporters JournalMonks among kaleidoscope of characters facing scrutiny in New YorkEnergy flexibility and reform a breath of fresh air in ChinaDoes China-bashing really help someone reach the White House?HighlightsSouth China Sea issueBritain votes to leave EUSouth China Sea dispute…| About China Daily | Advertise on Site | Contact Us | Job Offer | Expat Employment |Copyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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