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I replied that the United States and China have entered a new phase in their relationship, but that the Cold War metaphor is misleading.By contrast, China has a more limited nuclear force, annual Sino-American trade totals a half-trillion dollars, and more than 350,000 Chinese students and three million tourists are in the U.S. each year.Since the end of World War II, U.S.-China relations have gone through three phases lasting roughly 20 years each.The conventional wisdom on China within the U.S. had already begun to sour before the 2016 presidential election.China is not about to invade the U.S., and it is unable to expel America from the Western Pacific, where most countries welcome its presence.China and the U.S. face transnational challenges that are impossible to resolve without the other.U.S. national security will require power with China, not just over China.
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