Oct 3, 2022
For decades Americans have described China as a rising power. That description no longer fits: China has already risen. What does this mean for the U.S.-China relationship, for the global economy, and for international security? Covering security, economics, military development, climate change, public health, science and technology, education, and Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Xinjiang, the essays in The China Questions 2 look at key sites of friction and potential areas for collaboration.
In an interview conducted on September 21, 2022, China Questions 2 co-editors Maria Adele Carrai and Michael Szonyi argue that we are not facing Cold War 2.0, but rather a complex mix of conflict, competition, and cooperation that must be understood in the domestic realities of the United States and China, as well as the international context.
2:51-10 Key questions and accessibility
10:00-15:13 Chinese constructive engagement
15:13-20:12 U.S. economic involvement and revisionist powers
20:13-24:07 Has constructive engagement failed?
24:07-36:11The China Questions 2
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