China’s Geostrategy:„ÄÄPlaying a Waiting Game

From Pinr Power and Interest Report:

It is common knowledge that China is the most important ascending world power, and one that has only begun to realize its economic and military potential. Before the World Trade Center bombings on September 11, 2001, neoconservative strategists in Washington identified China as the most significant future threat to U.S. interests and defined the Sino-American relation as one of “strategic competition” rather than “strategic partnership.” Although the “war on terrorism” has taken precedence over the longer term conflict with China in Washington’s geostrategy, the neoconservatives’ pre-9/11 judgment was well founded and remains so.

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