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British Journal: Sino-US game birth of a new world order

British Journal: The Sino-US game has created a new world pattern. This does not mean that there will be a Cold War in Asia. China and the Soviet Union are now completely different. China is deeply integrated into the world economy, and is the world’s largest trading nation, but also in history as well. China and the US trade in width, depth and size are amazing. Future generations of Americans will depend on China’s stability and prosperity, and vice versa.

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