China-U.S. Competition: A Difference in Perception

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  • Trump and U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo have been at the forefront of shifting China-U.S. ties from #trade partners to strategic rivals. They have also framed thus rivalry as a competition of ideology and governance. How will China respond to this provocation? And, how will the rest of the world react to an economic decoupling and an unstable U.S.-led world order? To find out Tian Wei spoke to Chen Dongxiao, President of the Shanghai Institutes for International Studies.

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