Are U.S. and Chinese National Interests Incompatible?
A group of experts weighs in on whether U.S. and Chinese national interests are fundamentally incompatible.
Yuen Yuen Ang
Are U.S. and Chinese National Interests Incompatible? in
Views evenly divided across spectrum; only 3 disagree! My take: beliefs are self-reinforcing
Foreign Affairs asks the experts: Are U.S. and Chinese interests incompatible?
Are U.S. and Chinese national interests incompatible? NCUSCR Director Evan Medeiros and PIP fellows
, and Yun Sun weigh in via
My response to current
survey: “In Asia, where the strategic competition is most consequential and immediate, U.S. and Chinese aspirations are irreconcilable, despite shared interests on international economic and transnational issues.”
Recognizing I'm late to this, I still think it's worth flagging, in part to puncture the narrative of an emerging "bipartisan consensus" on China. There is a healthy, active, ongoing debate about how best to respond to China's rise.
Fascinating agree-or-disagree feature from
that I'd missed last month. Cuts to the chase. Featuring a wide & diverse range of experts from academia, journalism, govt answering the big q: Are U.S. and Chinese National Interests Incompatible?