Defense analysts continue to raise concerns that the U.S. Pacific pivot could lead to a possible confrontation with China in the region, and a recent think tank report says the two global giants need to take pains to avoid military tensions. “Military competition between the United States and China can have no positive outcome for either country,” says the report, “China-US Cooperation: Key to the Global Future,” released recently by the Atlantic Council’s Brent Scowcroft Center on ...
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