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US-China relations not doomed for a ‘dead end’ under Biden presidency, says prominent Chinese academic

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Relations between China and the United States are not doomed for a “dead end”, despite escalating hostilities between the world’s two largest economies, a prominent Chinese academic has said.“I don’t believe that all of the United States is on the same page in opposing China,” Yao Yang, the dean of Peking University’s National School of Development, said at a seminar in Beijing on Tuesday.“Things may change if [Joe] Biden wins the election and we should be prepared for a Biden presidency.”The…

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Relations between China and the United States are not doomed for a “dead end”, despite escalating hostilities between the world’s two largest economies, a prominent Chinese academic has said.“I don’t believe that all of the United States is on the same page in opposing China,” Yao Yang, the dean of Peking University’s National School of Development, said at a seminar in Beijing on Tuesday.“Things may change if [Joe] Biden wins the election and we should be prepared for a Biden presidency.”The…

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