People’s Liberation Army units conduct live-fire drills in Guangdong province on August 13. Both China and the United States are heavily expanding their militaries, raising concerns their geopolitical competition could break out into armed conflict. Photo: Handout People’s Liberation Army units conduct live-fire drills in Guangdong province on August 13. Both China and the United States are heavily expanding their militaries, raising concerns their geopolitical competition could break out into armed conflict. Photo: Handout
People’s Liberation Army units conduct live-fire drills in Guangdong province on August 13. Both China and the United States are heavily expanding their militaries, raising concerns their geopolitical competition could break out into armed conflict. Photo: Handout

Letters | US-China dynamics mean risks to world peace remain, even if it’s not a new Cold War

Topic |   US-China relations
People’s Liberation Army units conduct live-fire drills in Guangdong province on August 13. Both China and the United States are heavily expanding their militaries, raising concerns their geopolitical competition could break out into armed conflict. Photo: Handout People’s Liberation Army units conduct live-fire drills in Guangdong province on August 13. Both China and the United States are heavily expanding their militaries, raising concerns their geopolitical competition could break out into armed conflict. Photo: Handout
People’s Liberation Army units conduct live-fire drills in Guangdong province on August 13. Both China and the United States are heavily expanding their militaries, raising concerns their geopolitical competition could break out into armed conflict. Photo: Handout
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