Hillary Clinton praises China's 'pragmatic' President Xi Jinping

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    LOS ANGELES: Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton has hailed China's President Xi Jinping as "pragmatic," saying he was more of a politician than his predecessor.

    In an address to a think tank in Los Angeles yesterday she said Xi, who took office last November, should ensure that there is "no daylight" between the ruling Communist Party and China's vast military.

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    http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-05-09/news/39144017_1_former-us-secretary-president-xi-jinping-hillary-clinton

    China US bhai bhai.
     
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    the last time the chinese used the words bhai bhai it resulted in the 62 war, are you giving a subtle message of things to come :D its the USA`s turn now eh ?
     
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    it could be the reverse.:p
     
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    Then again its USA.
    and PRC taking pleasantries seriously?

    Well..This is whats beneath that icing..
    It could also be a warning, you see....The sweet way a woman give threats.. :romantic:
     
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    depends on who pushes the bhai bhai angle to delude the other party!
     
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    no daylight ? is that a chinese phrase?
     
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    Na...its used by Obama in his speech..means kinda like "No disconnect"

    Like saying "Xi has to make sure that there is NO DISCONNECT between ruling Communist Party and China's vast military. meaning, Xi should reign in the PLA else US will do the needful.

    Or

    In plain terms it could also be interprted as there is "no day light" [a real day light] between Party and PLA.. :rofl: [ A truth]

    Ya know...a womans vocabulary is hard to get.. :lol:
     
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    and then they said dont keep things in the dark....how will that happen unless you allow daylight to come through :D
    One thing Indians and Chinese can agree on - English is a funny language !
     
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    So? ’
     

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