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We are concerned Americans from all walks of life who have come together in opposition to the dramatically increasing drive toward confrontation between the United States and China. We have launched a new effort called Pivot to Peace to educate and mobilize public opinion about the benefits of a policy that facilitates cooperation and mutual respect between the United States and China.
Sign Pivot to Peace’s statement on the 50th anniversary of the Shanghai Communique On February 28, 1972, President Richard Nixon and Prime Minister Zhou Enlai issued the Shanghai Communique at the end of the American president’s path-breaking visit to the People’s Republic of China. As we mark the 50th anniversary of this historic breakthrough in […]
Join Pivot to Peace and CODEPINK’s China Is Not Our Enemy campaign this Sunday for a conversation with Xiangyu, Col. Ann Wright, Lauren Gonitzke and Pivot to Peace’s K.J. Noh to better understand the Taiwan issue and how the U.S. can avoid war with China over Taiwan. When: February 27, 2022 at 6:00pm – 7:30pm […]
Do we have better things to do than go to war with China over Taiwan, a mere province of China?
Rather than demonizing China, the West would do well to emulate some of the country's environmental policies
Photo: Today’s China: The ancient and the modern peacefully coexist together. The Rise of China: With the recent economic rise of China, there are those who predict – or fear – that China will be the next superpower, and will soon eclipse the United States. They point to the fact that China is a 5,000 […]
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