Excellent analysis of Sino-American geostrategic rivalry, which is both economic and military. Geostrategy is concerned with the means to effect geopolicy, and the overall geopolicy is the US is global hegemony — preventing rivals from rising. China's is again to become the central realm as the hub of global commerce, with a projected date of 2049, the hundredth anniversary of the Chinese Revolution. These objectives are obviously incompatible. The US views China as the greatest threat to longterm US dominance and hybrid warfare is being engaged both economically and militarily. The economic war has gone "hot" with the trade war, while the military phase is still preparatory. But it is still a war even if a "cold war" using hybrid warfare, and the US is actively seeking to "contain"
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