Pressure for a concert of powers in Asia
The continued growth of China’s power raises a fundamental question: what next, especially in the longer term? What exactly will China’s growth mean for the future of the region and the world? Will China and the US become open enemies, or will they come to an agreement? Unfortunately, history teaches that competition in the race for economic hegemony turns into fierce strategic competition, and this very often into a war for domination.
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