by Michael Klare
The Pentagon's call for more funding to strengthen deterrence against China portends an escalation of tensions that could, in five years, plausibly put the two superpowers on the verge of war.
SOURCE: Chris Riback's Conversations
by Chris Riback
As the 2020 campaign heats up, several key questions will be asked and debated, including: How did we get here – and where do China and US-China relations go next?
SOURCE: NY Times
China is resisting the Trump administration’s demand that the United States be allowed to impose tariffs if Beijing fails to keep its promises.
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