Short of War – How to Keep U.S.-Chinese Confrontation From Ending in Calamity

Short of War – How to Keep U.S.-Chinese Confrontation From Ending in Calamity

Kevin Rudd, Foreign Affairs – March/April 2021

The U.S. has been the world superpower in a unipolar international system since the collapse of the Soviet Union, therefore it should serve as no surprise that the fast rise of China and their impending joint place at the top of the table unsettles Washington. Kevin Rudd writes in this article on Foreign Affairs about why increasing tensions between the U.S. and China in the 2020s is inevitable, but all-out war doesn’t have to be.

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