US and China: between confrontation and competition

US and China: between confrontation and competition” Rising Kashmir, 4 Januaury 2019

In what could could be dubbed as a well-nurtured rendezvous until recent past, year 2018 has visibly drifted the axis in the US-China great power alliance for worse. With prolonging trade tensions and, broadening political divergence and accusations between the two, ‘the world this year’ pretty much depends on the road these allies decide to take. Now, the much discussed American economic face-off is possibly an overt manifestation of large geopolitical agendas. So, given the politics, where will this transition lead to? Would it result in a stable cooperation or would it give room for more competition? What will be the global implications?

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Seetha Lakshmi Dinesh Iyer
Research Associate in the International Strategic and Security Studies Programme (ISSSP) at the National Institute of Advance Studies (NIAS), Bangalore.

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