An antagonistic world view has been the driving force behind the West’s cultural development and social progress, but it does not encourage inclusiveness or integration with other countries. Illustration: Craig Stephens

US national security strategy reflects flaw in Western thinking: an antagonistic world view

Tian Feilong says America sees China and the rest of the world through a ‘friend or foe’ mentality that squanders opportunities for cooperation. Its wish to remake the world in its own image only promotes feelings of insecurity

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An antagonistic world view has been the driving force behind the West’s cultural development and social progress, but it does not encourage inclusiveness or integration with other countries. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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