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One challenge ahead of President Trump and Xi is their disagreement over how to pressure North Korea, and they'll have more than that to talk about. They're the leaders of the two largest economies on the planet. Their nations are both regional powerhouses. Will two nations that are an ocean apart be able to find common ground?
特朗普总统和中国国家主席习近平面临的挑战之一是,二人在如何向朝鲜施压方面存在分歧,除此之外二人还有很多需要协商的问题。他们二人是地球上两个最大经济体的领导人。中美两国都是区域强国。一海之隔的两个国家能找到共同点吗?
The United States and China, perhaps the most consequential relationship in the world today. But if that's the case, then what's at stake?
美国和中国的关系可能是当今世界上最重要的两国关系。但是,如果真是这样的话,那其中的利害关系又是什么?
Let's start with the standoff on the Korean Peninsula. Both China and the United States agree that North Korea's nuclear weapons program is bad news.
首先来看朝鲜半岛的僵局。中国和美国一致认为,朝鲜核武器项目是不好的消息。
They disagree on how best to stop it.
但就如何让其停止核项目方面,双方存在分歧。
The U.S. thinks China should use its economic leverage to force North Korea to halt its testing program. China says the only way to solve the problem is the U.S. directly negotiates with the regime. It's a situation where tens of millions of lives are at stake, how will China and the U.S. can work together is key to solving the crisis.
美国认为中国应该用经济手段迫使朝鲜停止核测试项目。中国认为,解决该问题的唯一方式是美国直接同朝鲜进行谈判。这关系到数千万条生命安危,中国和美国如何进行合作是解决这一危机的关键所在。
Next, consider the Chinese and American economies, combined worth about 40 percent of global GDP. They are inextricably linked, with hundreds of billions of dollars in goods traded each year. But any barriers to that trade would mean that both economies would suffer. That in turn would hurt the global economy overall.
其二,考虑一下中国和美国的经济,两国的GDP加起来约占全球GDP总额的40%。两国经济有密不可分的联系,每年的双边交易额达到数千亿美元。而任何贸易壁垒都会使两国经济受损。这继而会对整个全球经济造成损害。
Finally, let's turn to the South China Sea. Over the last few years, China has aggressively built up artificial islands, extending its military capability far beyond its own borders. In response, the U.S. has sent warships near Chinese claimed territory. So, will China continue its expansion? Does the U.S. draw a red line in response? The answers will help shape the future of a volatile region.
最后一点,南海问题。过去几年来,中国不断扩建南海人工岛屿,将军事能力扩大至边境以外。作为回应,美国派遣军舰前往中方主张的领土附近。那中国会继续扩张吗?美国会划定红线作为回应吗?这些问题的答案将会影响这一动荡地区的未来。

One challenge ahead of President Trump and Xi is their disagreement over how to pressure North Korea, and they'll have more than that to talk about. They're the leaders of the two largest economies on the planet. Their nations are both regional powerhouses. Will two nations that are an ocean apart be able to find common ground?
The United States and China, perhaps the most consequential relationship in the world today. But if that's the case, then what's at stake?
Let's start with the standoff on the Korean Peninsula. Both China and the United States agree that North Korea's nuclear weapons program is bad news.
They disagree on how best to stop it.
The U.S. thinks China should use its economic leverage to force North Korea to halt its testing program. China says the only way to solve the problem is the U.S. directly negotiates with the regime. It's a situation where tens of millions of lives are at stake, how will China and the U.S. can work together is key to solving the crisis.
Next, consider the Chinese and American economies, combined worth about 40 percent of global GDP. They are inextricably linked, with hundreds of billions of dollars in goods traded each year. But any barriers to that trade would mean that both economies would suffer. That in turn would hurt the global economy overall.
Finally, let's turn to the South China Sea. Over the last few years, China has aggressively built up artificial islands, extending its military capability far beyond its own borders. In response, the U.S. has sent warships near Chinese claimed territory. So, will China continue its expansion? Does the U.S. draw a red line in response? The answers will help shape the future of a volatile region.
 
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