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America should worry about an existential threat, and it’s not China
By Vasilis Trigkas
February 1, 2019

Vasilis Trigkas says China today is grappling with many complex problems it has yet to solve, and that will undercut any hegemonic aspirations it may have. US fears of a ‘Chinese invasion’ is a reminder of its paranoia about the Soviet Union during the cold war. Washington should look elsewhere for what ails it.



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Vasilis Trigkas is an Onassis Scholar and research fellow in the Belt & Road Strategy Centre at Tsinghua University
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