The New Cold War With China
A Kiplinger Special Report
Ten years ago, it seemed that growing trade with the West and greater prosperity at home would encourage Beijing to become less aggressive and confrontational on the world stage. Over the past decade, China has indeed made tremendous advances in commerce, technology and in its people’s standard of living. But U.S.-China relations have actually worsened over time.
It remains to be seen whether China and the U.S. will eventually learn to collaborate, or continue to compete. But lately, an even more urgent question has arisen:
Can these two superpowers even coexist?
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