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Although the United States has concerns over China’s domestic and foreign policy, areas of cooperation between the two countries exist and must be utilized to develop economic ties, bilateral trust, and regional peace.
By: Wyatt Scott On Wednesday, March 22, the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies hosted an all day multi-panel discussion concerning China’s impact on local and international efforts to reduce violent conflict. Throughout the discussions, the panelists agreed on one topic in particular: China’s unquenchable thirst for oil…
“China is throwing gasoline rather than water at the fire. The collapse of the CCP may not be imminent, but a drastic change of course is required if the regime desires to remain in power without experiencing another Tiananmen Square solecism.”