Canada-U.S. Relations and the New Cold War

As the COVID-19 crisis has progressed, US-China relations have begun to acquire a logic of comprehensive, zero-sum confrontation. Even in the event that a lengthy pandemic reaffirms the need for international cooperation, the processes that have now been initiated will be difficult to undo. Mutual suspicion has become rife and talk of a “new Cold War” is now ubiquitous, reinforced by the possibility that the pandemic could strengthen Chinese influence in Eurasia and accelerate the division of the world into new spheres of influence.
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