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(From South China Morning Post)
Byline: ANALYSIS Greg Torode in Washington
With publication of two reports on China to the US Congress over the past few days containing 300 pages, many of them critical of Beijing, it might seem as if Sino-American ties are suddenly under attack in Washington.
In short, they are not. It is far too early to tell what impact either report might have, insiders believe, on either US government policy or congressional law-making. At the same time, however, they contain elements that warrant attention in the weeks and months ahead.
First out was the Pentagon's annual review of China's military power - a long-delayed document that was the first produced since President George W. Bush's administration took power.