According to the website of the Chinese Embassy in the United States on August 20, at the invitation of Allen, President of the Brookings Institution, Ambassador Cui Tiankai held a video exchange with more than 20 scholars and relevant people on Sino US relations on August 13. Ambassador Cui delivered a keynote speech with the following contents: < / P > < p > some people may think that engaging in confrontation will help curb China’s development and even change the Chinese regime. This is wishful thinking. History has repeatedly proved that external pressure can only make the Chinese people more united, Chinese society more cohesive and China’s economy more resilient. Some people who are so addicted to the word “cold war” may think that they have won the cold war, but we should not forget the price paid by the world for the cold war of more than 40 years. Even during the cold war, there were two hot wars: the Korean War and the Vietnam War, which made the United States and related countries pay a heavy price. We should not let history repeat itself. If the negative trend of Sino US relations continues to develop, China may face more difficulties and challenges. However, the initiators of the “new cold war” must also carefully weigh the price they will pay and the disasters it will bring to the world. “For whom does the bell ring?” there will be an accounting day in the future. The fundamental problem in the current Sino US relations lies in: can the United States accommodate China and coexist peacefully with a country with different history, culture and system when China is deeply integrated with the existing international order? From the beginning of the normalization process of Sino US relations to the establishment of diplomatic relations, both sides have made a choice, that is, the two countries must coexist peacefully, evolve together, control differences, expand cooperation, and develop comprehensive, stable and constructive relations. I hope that no one will deny history, which will lead to the slide of bilateral relations along a dangerous road.