Washington Is Avoiding the Tough Questions on Taiwan and China
Charles L. Glaser, Foreign Affairs – 28 April 2021
It is a widely held belief among U.S. foreign policy officials that China presents a greater threat now than ever before. Consequently, most debate about foreign policy towards China has involved how to cooperate with U.S. allies to contain Beijing’s economic force. However, this article considers an overlooked question: “Should the United States trim its East Asian commitments to reduce the odds of going to war with China?”
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