That Was Fast: Blowups With China and Russia in Biden’s First 60 Days

Publisher New York Times
Author David Sanger
Summary The Alaska meeting between US and China have started  new era of bitter superpower competition, marked by perhaps the worst relationship between US and China since the opening of  diplomatic relations.  The Chinese lectured Americans about the error of their arrogant view that the world wants to replicate their freedoms.


This article also discusses how China will not necessarily compete with US on military power,  but on how it uses it’s increasingly advanced government sponsored technology – cyber attack/security, 5G networks, infrastructure building, etc.  to make the world depend on their technology and thus increase their power.

Excerpt Today’s bitter superpower competition is not about military might, but about technology, cyberconflict and influence operations.
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Publish Date March 20, 2021
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