Restoring some semblance of normalcy to Sino-America relations
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There is a bitter irony to the fact that what could well have turned out to be the most pivotal partnership in the 21st century – the core pillars that would undergird the world’s response to existential risks and catastrophes – has turned out to be amongst the most turbulent.
Sino-American relations have reached nadir after nadir. From blockades through the Chips Act and targeted financial decoupling and highly contentious gestures and rhetoric from Washington over matters Beijing perceives to be dear to its national interests, it is clear that America has had little appetite over the past five years for a ‘peaceful coexistence’ with China. ...