To Avert Confrontation, US, China Must Share Power


The United States and China are currently on a collision course in East Asia and the relationship between these two countries will determine the course of the future world order. Neither eruptions in post-Soviet “space”, nor the rise of the Islamic State, would relegate the US-China relationship to the back pages.
The capacity of these two countries to negotiate their space matters a lot for the survival and cooperation of the international community. If the international community has to get anything done on major common questions; preventing collision of the world’s largest economy and the American superpower in a neighbourhood of vital chokepoints and sea lanes, energy resources and vast populations, will be paramount.

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