February 13, 2013

Don't Count on a War Between U.S.-China

Zbigniew Brzezinski, New York Times

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Today, many fear that the emerging American-Chinese duopoly must inevitably lead to conflict. But I do not believe that wars for global domination are a serious prospect in what is now the Post-Hegemonic Age.

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