The Chinese government calls for “people-to-people entrepreneurship and innovation” and launches the law of the People`s Republic of China to promote the transformation of scientific and technological achievements, thus creating an unprecedented atmosphere for cooperation between the two sides. The two sides reach the following strategic agreement through consultations in a spirit of pragmatic cooperation: politically, the strategic cooperation agreement was a major political change vis-à-vis Israel with regard to US engagement in the Middle East. Since no pact had been signed with any Arab state, the United States could no longer claim to play the role of mediator or impartial arbiter in Arab-Israeli conflicts.  Based on the same business philosophy and the common vision to promote the development of global bodybuilding and sport, the four sides decided to implement cross-border integration of resources, complementary benefits, mutual benefits and joint development through the debate. The four parties reach a consensus on cooperation and conclude strategic cooperation agreements as follows. This Agreement shall be effective and implemented if signed by all four Parties. A strategic cooperation agreement is a pact between two individuals or a group of people, companies or governments, which brings together resources and shares key competences. This type of alliance often allows participants to accomplish much more than they could do on their own, from the development of new products and services to cross-border intergovernmental cooperation. In an increasingly competitive world, this form of cooperation is both necessary and productive. [Beijing, China, May 15, 2019] On May 15, the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Huawei in Beijing. Under the agreement, Huawei and CAAC will collaborate in the development and construction of smart civil aviation at the highest level, demonstrations of technological innovations and their application, standards development, promotion and exchange of talent.
Both sides will strive to promote the smart construction of civil aviation and implement the civil aviation energy strategy. The realization of synergies is generally based on the benefits offered by each participant, even if it may have very different objectives. Oil-producing countries, for example, can aspire to carrots and maize, while those on the other side of the agreement need oil. Neither party can achieve what it wants alone, so cooperation feeds all the parties involved without resorting to a literal or figurative acquisition. That is why the two parties reached the following agreement on the basis of the principles of equality, voluntary service and good faith. The agreement had the form of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and was an act of the executive that is not subject to ratification by the Senate. It is therefore not a treaty that needs to be ratified by the Senate. Formally, it did not form an official alliance. Frequent references by the president and political leaders to Israel as allies did not carry the weight of a legal commitment to declare or engage in war on Israel`s side in the direction desired by the United States. . . .