Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen on a screen touring a 737-800 aircraft at the Boeing assembly line in Everett, Washington, during a state visit to the US in September last year. The US understands China’s desire to reform global institutions that reflects its increasing footprint in the global economy and global security architecture. Photo: AFP

Under Donald Trump, the US will accept China’s rise – as long as it doesn’t challenge the status quo

James Woolsey says while America remains committed to its role as a holder of the balance of power in Asia, it supports China’s legitimate efforts to seek a bigger say on global affairs

Topic |   US-China relations

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Chinese President Xi Jinping is seen on a screen touring a 737-800 aircraft at the Boeing assembly line in Everett, Washington, during a state visit to the US in September last year. The US understands China’s desire to reform global institutions that reflects its increasing footprint in the global economy and global security architecture. Photo: AFP
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