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A: Have you tried Reactivate? See : Hong Kong (CNN Business) Beijing is trying to apply a veneer of moderation to Xi Jinping's signature military-first approach, but the Communist Party is still in full control of the People's Liberation Army ( PLA ). That is the crux of the latest scuffle between the United States and China, which have engaged in a protracted trade war since last year. Chinese state media outlets have published a large number of front-page editorials and opinion pieces in recent days, criticizing the United States over a new round of trade tariffs, as well as appearing to dispute Beijing's sovereignty claims in the South China Sea. But President Xi and his lieutenants have still remained silent about the threat posed by Washington's burgeoning trade war. China's state-run tabloid Global Times published a blistering opinion piece Monday blasting the US for its "draconian" trade sanctions. The commentary, published online, focused on the impact that the latest round of tariffs against China are having on the United States economy, and argued that Washington has "seriously damaged" American jobs and companies. "The US administration's goal is to damage the Chinese economy and further push China and the United States into a trade war, to solve the problem of the trade deficit," the editorial said. "The US administration has taken a severe step toward bullying China." But those were the only concessions to the United States in the piece. China's state-run news website, Xinhua, published an op-ed Tuesday that slammed the United States for the "irrational threat" of a trade war and said the US's tariffs were "purely a trade dispute." Xinhua argued that the United States' economic policy was based on "long-winded rhetoric and a lack of confidence in the world." The op-ed, which was also published in the Global Times, also offered a glimpse of China's hopes for a future trade deal with the United States. "As two countries with an ancient and deep relationship, China hopes that the United States will not stand in the way of normal and healthy global economic development," Xinhua said. But in a column published Sunday in the state-run newspaper China Daily, Xie Yue, a ac619d1d87

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