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Former U.S. Defense Chiefs: More Military Exchanges Between U.S., China

Xinhua reports that “four former U.S. defense secretaries on Monday encouraged their country and China to boost military exchanges to enhance mutual trust.”  

“Chuck Hagel, William Cohen, William Perry, and Harold Brown voiced this view at an event held by National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.”  

The piece continues: “At the event, all the four former officials agreed that U.S. military academies should train PLA officers to boost mutual understanding.”

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