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US-China relations: rivalry in early stage and will only get ‘fiercer’, Harvard professor Graham Allison says

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s rivalry with the United States has only just started, and is only likely to get fiercer down the road regardless of who occupies the White House, said Harvard professor and author Graham Allison on Wednesday.The world’s largest economies have been locked in a trade war for over two years, with relations between Beijing and Washington have been further soured over issues including Hong Kong, Xinjiang and the South China Sea.“There has been a rolling wake up in the US to the fact that…

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China’s rivalry with the United States has only just started, and is only likely to get fiercer down the road regardless of who occupies the White House, said Harvard professor and author Graham Allison on Wednesday.The world’s largest economies have been locked in a trade war for over two years, with relations between Beijing and Washington have been further soured over issues including Hong Kong, Xinjiang and the South China Sea.“There has been a rolling wake up in the US to the fact that…

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