Cooperative Cooperation is Possible Between China and the U.S.

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Written by Fu Ying 24 November 2020

Regarding China and the U.S., “each side must accurately assess the other’s intentions. China does not want to replace U.S. dominance in the world. Nor does China need to worry about the United States changing China’s system...it would be a tragedy...if two countries of such power moved toward confrontation” (Fu Ying, 2020).

Publisher: NYT

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Categories: Multinationalism, Authoritarianism, Liberal Democracy