June 24, 2014

China and the U.S.: Destined to Cooperate?

Andrew Follett, The Diplomat

The Associated Press

The 21st century will be defined by the relationship between the American superpower and rising China. A new Cold War would threaten the world order while a mutually beneficial association could bring all prosperity. The latter scenario is more likely. The geography, economies, and energy resources of the U.S and China align their “core interests.”

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