America Responds to China’s Geopolitical Network

Every major geopolitical struggle has involved two opposing alliances of nations, as well as a set of nations that try to remain “neutral.”  The 20th century Cold War was defined by the competing ideological systems of communism and capitalism. This “face-off,” led by the United States and the Soviet Union, defined global geopolitical reality from 1948 to 1991.  Today’s emergent Sino-American cold war is defined by incompatible sets of economic interests and national identities.  As such, alliances in this cold war are not based on va.....

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