America's Rivalry With China Is Nothing Like the Cold War
Monday, 2 December 2019 Anyone looking for evidence of a growing economic and ideological conflict between China and the United States will have no trouble finding something —the trade war now roiling both countries’ economies, the standoff between police and pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, Beijing’s swift retaliation against the NBA over a single Houston Rockets executive’s tweet in support of those same protesters. President Donald Trump seems to think a new cold war is at hand. His national-security strategy statement identifies China as an adversary bent on dismantling a U.S.-centered global order and forging a new one in its own favor. This point of view is catching on outside the administration, too....
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