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The China “Constrainment” Doctrine

Liberal democracies must defend their belief in a global order based on credible international agreements and the rule of law. So, although democratic governments should be prepared to offer China incentives for good behavior, they must be prepared to deter bad behaviour vigorously.

Read Here – Project Syndicate

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